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64 Years In The Tampa Bay Area r1 I --VOL. 64 NO. 52 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2009 / 7'2 PAGES 75 / woman surrenders In 'Butox' lniection Case SEE PAGE 23-A MORE THAN 300 FAMILY AND FRIENDS WITNESS INVESTITURE OF LISA D. CAMPBELL More than 300 family members and friends attended the Investiture of Lisa D. Campbell as Judge of the Circuit Court, Thirteenth Judicial Circuit, State of Florida. The ceremony was held last Friday, February 6, 2009 at the George E. Edgecomb Courthouse. The Honorable Manuel Menendez, Jr. presided. Judge Campbell, seated with Josiah Dejesus, is shown with her family: Maya Holmes, Jachai Dejesus, Dom inique A. Dejesus, Audra Daniels, Dr. Doris Campbell (mother), Morris Williams, Sr., Christine Williams, Dr. Sheri Campbell (sister), Darlean Prince and Kelli B. Williams. Not shown is uncle, Kelly Williams and friend, Keith Hargrove. (Photograph by Lomax Mcintyre) \?VALENTINE'S DAY .National Sororitv Heads Receive USF Awards Church Focuses On Area Youngsters SEE PAGE 1 0-A Benefit Planned For Sick Businesswoman SEE PAGE 2-A AllegelfGang Member SEE PAGE 23-A

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mr------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------g Features ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------OHicers Of Two Sororities Named Benefit Planned > a: <( ::: a: m w Is Kente Award Recipients For Tampa u.. Each year, the Uni v ersity of >=' South Florida selects members <( of the African American commuC a: nity as recipients of the Kente u. Award. The honorees are both connected to the university and making significant contributions to the community. Q a: 1'-c z C C tn w :::;) rt w > w 0 w ::c en :J m ::: a. z i= w ...J ...J ::: m I ...J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ...J u. <( I N w (!I This year, the ceremony will take place on Saturday, February 14th, at noon and the recipients are Dr. Paulette Walker and Attorney Carolyn House Stewart. The theme for the pro gram is, "Honoring Two Great Ladies Heading Two Great Sororities." This marks the first time two women holding comparable po sitions in their respective soror ity have been honored simultaneously. This also marks the first time that two women holding the same office in their respective sorority have lived in the same city. Attorney CarOlyn Stewart is currently the International First Vice PreSident of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. She is a graduate of the Uni versity of South Florida and cur rently practices law in Hillsborough County. Attorney House Stewart graduated from the University of South Florida with a B. A. De gree. She continued her educa tion at the University of South Carolina, where she earned her law degr ee She is married to Attorney Delano Stewart and ATTORNEY CAROLYN HOUSE STEWART International First Vice President of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc, the mother of one daughter, Delsha. The family attends Allen Temple A.M.E. Church. Attorney Stewart was initi ated into the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., on the campus of the University of South Florida in 1972. She has been a member for the past 37 years. She will au tomatically take the helm as the International President of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., in 2010. Dr. Paulette Walker cur rently serves as the Director of Undergraduate Programs and Internship College of Education, at USF. She also serves as The National First Vice President of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc Dr. Walker became a mem tier of Delta Sigma Theta Soror ity, Inc., 42 years ago while a DR. PAULETrEWALKER ... National First Vice President of Delta Sigina Theta Sorority, Inc. student at Michigan State Uni versity She earned her B. S. De gree in Mathematical Education. She earned both her Masters De gree in Guidance and Counseling and her Ph.D. in Administration and Supervision (Educational Leadership) both from the Uni versity of Michigan. She is the widow of the late James Walker, and the daughter of Mrs. Helen Felton and the late Otis Felton. Dr; Walker is the mother of two adult sons andhas8 grand children. She is a member ofMt. . Oli v e A.M.E. Church, and enjoys reading, sewing and shopping when time allows. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail iholton@flsentinel.com Inv est in your futurE! With Fifth Third B a nk You'll-get more of what so you can r est easy Plus. i t's a v a il ab l e a t y our neare s t Fifth T hir d Bank; so it' s c on v e nient. Sto p in, give u s a call at 8 1 3 3062454 or visit 53.com to 53 .com see what w e ca n d o for you FIFTH THIRD BANK The things w e do for balankstore, located on N. 56th Street. The facility closed in 2006. An yone wishing to make a do na ti .on can fo rward it to: Felecia Wintons Taylor for Account Number 4942916747 cf o Washington Mutual Bank 2802 E. Fletcher Ave. Tampa, Florida 33612 Mrs. Wintons Taylor, who is married to Rev. Nathan Taylor, is a graduate of the U niv ersi ty of South F lor ida. Any choir or individual wish in g to work on a ny of several committee s for the benefit or participat e in othe r ways ca n contact Burgess a t (813) 242-8383 for additional informa tion City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail iholton@flsentine l. com To th e love of my lif e, Janice. N o thin g and no o n e ca n co m e b etween u s Lov e always, Money.

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::c Feature o District Judge Retires Amid Misconduct lnves. tigation BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel Staff Writer In response t o an investiga tion launched by The Florida Judicial Qualifications Com mission (JQC), a E>istrict judge has decided to retire from the bench. The retirement comes amid contro versy of his involvement with a stripper and allegations she made last year. Recently, the JQC rele ase d in their findings, "By a vote of the majority of its members, ... finds that probable cause exists for formal proceedings to be instituted .... Attorney David Bogenschutz, who is representing Judge Thomas Stringer in the state investigation said, "Judge Stringer joined the drop pron ame and the gram 2lf2 years ago. name of a friend His stepping down that Ms. Ya-is more of a retire -manaka had a c-ment than a resig cess to nation." It further stated Attorney Bo-that Judge genschutz said Stringer used Judge Stringer is his accounts to not commenting help Ms. Ya-because he "wants manaka hide to maintain his pri-her assets and vacy." income from her In March 2008, creditors. The Ms. Christy Ya-Commission manaka, an exotic took exception to .in Las his purchasing a Vegas, publicly ac-home in Hawaii, cused Second Disallowed her t o trict of Appeals make large de-Judge Thomas E. posits in his ac-Stringer, Sr., of JUDGE THOMAS E. STRINGER, SR. counts, and owing her money. L----------------------...J obtain loans in The Notice of Formal Charges stated that JuQ.ge his name for her benefit. Stringer developed a per-Judge Stringer is also ac -. sonal and financial relationcused of not reporting two t:i7t: HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY BRANCH NAACP CENTENNIAL ACTIVITIES ship with Ms. Yamanaka Rolex watches, one for him and that he knew she had and one for his wife, and a filed bankruptcy in Las customized 2001 Mercedes. Vegas, Nevada.aftef becomHe is also said to have falsely ing financially distressed, but claimed the transfer of the the bankruptcy petition had vehicle was zero, avoiding been rejected. paying Florida sales ta x and The formal document that the true name of the sta ted that although Judge owner of the ve hicle wa s in -w as aware of this tentionally hidden. .:.1 information he entered into Judge Stringer said he' a series of financial m e t Ms. Yamanaka more tions with her, includin g than 1 5 yea r s ago but didn t bank accounts in his immediately know that she NAACP Saturday, February 14, 2009 . Black Business Tour 9AM-1 PM Good Luck Cafe-Black Bu s iness Tour w/Candy Lowe $5 1 PM-3 PM Good Luck Cafe Black Business Empowerment Briefing w/Candy Lowe -$1 5 Sunday, February 15, 2009 Beulah Baptist Church 1 006 Cypress St. 4Ptvl Rededication Service Free .. l Thursday, February 19, 2009 General Membership Meeting The NAACP Office Centennial Gala Tentatively Scheduled May 22, 2009 ::c worked as a s tripper. He acknowledged that the ::C two entered into a busine ss -< .... partnership to purchase a w home i n Hawaii in 2004 and she signe d a lea s e to li ve in :z the h o use with her husb a nd. The home was sold in 2007 and the profits divided be tween the two of them. Judge Stringer is a grad uate of New York Universit y where he earned a degree in Mathematics. After serving in the military, he entered Stetso n Law School in 1974, and became the first African American to graduate from the law school. He became a pioneer in 198 7, when former nor Bob Martinez pointed .. him as the first .., African American to ser.Ve o'n r the cuit Court Bench. He 0 mained in: that capacity .URtil : l> 1999, when' fgrmer nor 'Jeo: Bush appoint'ed z him to po1?ition on the 2nd D istrict Court Of m .. ., .. .... Appeal. . O:J Judge has been c: .. tq .. Mrs. Lillhm, for the past 25 years. z Judge Stringer could still -o f ace tonsequences if found g uilty of the charges. C C/) :::t m c m < m :XI -< -f c: m C/) 0 If you have questions,/alease call Pat Spencer at 813-205-3834 or Twan a Bradley (813) 928-3742 Michelle B .. Patty Advertising; Inc. l> z 0 .., ..... . Mr. Horace Washington Was The First Black Musician To Perform Downtown Tampa At The Brass Rail At Franklin And Jackson Street. Mr. Washington Performed With Leon Clayton Harlem Review, Ray Charles, Billy Eckstein, Count Basie And The United States Army Band. Mr. Washington Is Currently Associated With Stone's Memorial Funeral flome. (813) 495-3702 1-866-352-4200 0 C> m (,.) I l>

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Editorials & Columns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc., New York 1990-94 CP Timelnternational POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To ; Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL W .W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) Founders C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN 1 S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BEnY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE, CIRCULATION AND PRESS DIRECTOR Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of 111is newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily_ reflect the editorial stanc!l of The Aorlda Bullelln or the Publisher A FriendiV Suggestion . Most certainly, the East Tampa nonprofit, Corporation to Develop Communities (CDC) . received a raw deal in its partnership venture with the now-defunct Renaissance Steel. . Having entered into a business four years ago where the CDC secured a $700,ooogrant from 9 the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services to ff loan $soo,ooo of the funds to Renaissance Steel for 0 training and jobs for East Tampa residents. The CDC Z now finds itself in court, as it attempts to recoup the ntOney. Especially since two yea'rs after the loan, <( .Renaissance Steel went out of business, leaving the CDC 5J _and other creditors holding the bag. The rest ofthe.story w goes like this. . Several promment and .well-known local businessper-sons. 'were. assoCiated: with the. partnership. Nevertheless, the CDC is facing a trial by jury, which we WW> . think -\vOuld have been if persons involved had fjtlfilled theh-collU1iitfueilts. .. fa We urge.oi:tr Congi-essioj:J.al representatives to support ::1: the CDC by "confirming'; the CDC's good faith efforts to bring hJl paying jobs to the citizens of East Tampa ..J ' m ::l D.. Earlier thi. s wee. k, a . young woman sur-.. rendered to police arid was charged with two cotJnts of practicing medicine without a license. The dual became public know ledge after two .women who took the injections became seriously ill and required hospitalization. During their investigation, police t.hat the woman had been paid $500 by one woman for 40 injec tions and $250 by the other for 20 injections. The injections were for cosmetic enhancements and both women allowed this woman to inject them with a chemical solution in their buttocks. This took place last month at the home of one of thewomen. When it comes to your health care professional, you Common Sense shouldn't take unnecessary chances. It makes no sense to trust your health to a mobile doctor unless your personal physician IS a licensed, mediCal doctor who ma kes calls. While I do feel for the two victiins, there is enough blame to. go' around. The woman should not have given the injections and the women should riot have sought her out in the first place; It seems that both of these women were looking for a deal and got more than they bargained for in the process They are physically paying for a cosmetic procedure gone terribly wrong. The bottom line, .(no pun intended), ispeople . ofpets, Dr. If Super Bowl." Tony developed a desire to become a here in the United Finishing T;uskegee in 197i, States regarding African and Dr. practiced veteri-; < AfriCan AmeriCan nary medicine in.Tennessee ships. However, he eJq)ressed arid Alabama for a while to the before retumingto. Nigeria to' Black commumty for support::-w:ork for thNigerian govern-ipg his. ment. he worked with: .farmers ari fani:iJy o f J:hi t:tlan became frequent custoniers, .. and where _up' It was ,not :UiiUS1ilil to heaping lessons on African cul ture, politics and philoso. dors' halls; ()ne of the. ffinge phy and provides benefits of his African service while showjng bUsiness the opportunitY t6 . you the latest African cloth. travel a;nd. .educattoillil ing, art pieces, jeweiry,, (:onferences arid, 'D:r is acce$sories and. oils; While 'ap_pre_ ciatiy._ .. W.ide visiting 'r'r6:und; . i aceeptance his products 'hive outDr. Ton,y -imports goods received. . . . from .Nigeria, Ghana and Dr. Tony builds bridges Liberia, as as goOds from .. and gives back to the comiriu.; India. imd Thailand t}lat.are, by service with the Kil.igb1:S.of St. Dr. Tony has many inter-. Peter Catho'llc Chuich; esting and humorous stories . : ' . . to tell about his early expep-. I Continued 1.

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Black Fridav It's a wonder Africans have embraced the Anglo-Saxon word "Black," at all! Originally spelled "b-1-a-e-c-k," and having been defined by most dictionaries as meriting only one positive definition, found in the. phrase "In-the-black," which means being financially well-off, we so-called Black folks would certainly have been excused, had we turned our on a word, which included in its negative lexicon the phrase "Black Friday," better known as Friday the 13th! Few days of the year have received more scrutiny or superstition than February, Friday the 13th. Stretching back to the 14th century and revived apd popularized dur ing the 19tli century, Black Friday also named Paraskavedekatiaphobia, which is pronounced "Pairuh-skahvay-deckuhteeyuhphobia" mean s "Fear .. of. Friday-th&-13th"(of course)! .. oreover; most people believejt's:.a from f:illi.deithafsii\ce ''12"is a lucky number as reflected .. ip the 12 months qf the i2 signs of :zo'diac; i2 hoqrs;of J2 Tripes; of Israel; 12 Apostles ofChdst, 1 i2-gods of Greek Olympus and others, then the number "13" has GOT to beba,d (and don't mean "good!") . of its sqperstitious hnpact, many international insurance com. panies have reported fewer accidents and reports of fire or theft occur when the 13th of the month of February falls on Friday. Why? The. answer is understandable. People are more careful because of that date, and many folks simply stay at home. B11t what about so-called Black people? Has Black Friday been good to us? One day before February 13th, the. NAACP was found ed. One day after February 13th, Frederick Douglass was born. Twe1ve days before February 13th poet Langston Hughes was born. Four days after the 13th, great opera singer Marion Anderson was born, and four daysbefore the 13th, Arthur Ashe, Jr. becam.e the first Black per son to be placed on the U.S. Davis Cup Tennis Team. Overlooking the fact, 8 days after February 13th, Malc6hp.X was murdered,_ and the: fact' that'. one day before February 13th hiithday, Black Americans _might we have n_ot suffeiTed o'verly.niuch from Friday the 13th. So, we shmild pay no mind to such superstition. . Nev.ertheless, I )ust don't think my grandmother agree: How about yours? Black_:Ar.nerica' n 1_nsight. continued from page 4-A se.liViceitmthe Mayor'sAfrican Amfiilcallllrr ; : 1Advisory 'and .through t.he dbnatidn TOf clothing and other". article's to 'non profits for The-Ethnic Extravaganza boutique also donates cloth.;. ing for school, church and community organiiation ion shows and. public pro; .. grams. ; Dl". Tony is. ready to retire, he hopes someone who appreciates their o\vn' culture and is will ta:ke over the bpsiness. Meanwhile, if you take a copy of this issue to Dr. Tony's store during the month of February, you will receive 10 percent off of any purchase. Harambee! "The Yo ice of Our Community Spifaking for . .y SentineiBuiiefu ra '!"-f<\VEEKLY (813} 248-1921 :::D c )> "'T'I m OJ JJ c: )> :::D -< ....... Tough Solutions For Tough Times 1\) 0 0 U) A mericans are living through some tough times. But we are very fortunate. We have the right man as president to deal with it. Yes, that would be Barack Obama. Obama has the unenvied task of corralling the free fall of our economy and turning it from disaster to a prosperous way of living. In fact, we're living when times are so tough, until ordi nary solutions won't change things. There is an old saying that tough times call for tough solutions. That is exactly what President Obama is doing. In spite of what Republicans and 'conservative talk show hosts are saying, Obama is capable of guiding America to a safe and secure landing. Those who know President Obama best, and have followed his political career, say that the Republicans are underestimating President Obama. They say Obama is an articulate, highly intelligent individual who is com fortable with his ability and is as tough as nails. President Obama has been compared to a "chess master." He analyzes the situ ation, grasps it and is seven moves ahead of his opponent, most of the time. He is there now. That is why so many are questioning the many moves he is making Granted, President Obama is still wrestling with an economy that is on the verge of a Great Depression. Yet, Obama is further along solving the economic crisis than the Republicans, talk show people and most Americans. God, how so many Republic-ans want to see Barack Obama fail in his attempt to stabilize the econ omy, and fail as President of the United States. They label Obama's every move as doomed to fail without giving them a chance to work, or to fail. Seventy-six percent of Americans approve of the job President Obama is doing right now. Sixty-seven per cent of Americans approve of the way Obama is handling his Stimulus Package. It is the Republicans and news types who do not approve of anything that Obama does. They pray for him to fail while claiming their undying love (or America. How can you love America and 'at the same time pull for the person elected to be the caretaker of this country, to fail? But I say to all of America; totnist in the man:. ,... Give Barack Obama the o opportunity-to be President'. :::C Pull for him, help him imd g most importantly, if you can't en support him; t:h(m keep your m negativity to:yourself. In the meantime, let us give z Obama's plans and his team m a chance to work: Then'we '="' can make more informed and bias-fre'e judgments. F m ::! z 'tJ c: Ill r-u; ::::t m C m Thev Come To llurv President Obama, Not To Praise llilri "< m .:::D -< :-4 ;c: m : (IJ : < T h e b reeze created by .. the .departure of inei: ... W. even_; subs.i,ded yet,',. and President Barack Obama is being targeted. Like vulturessitting oo top of a R.epublicans arid some Democrats are ready to pounce on our 44th President as soon as his first .. mistake is made. At least, President Obama knows who the enemy is. He knows that it will be an uphill climb to get many of -his: proposals through Congress. Feeling more connected to the people, President Obama hit the ground run ning. Now, once again don't allow the media to form your opin ions. Don't listen to these s ocalled experts who are so petty, they complained about his Oath Of Office on his inauguration day. We all kiww the task that . But, no oiie ) . ah'ead 'for P 'resident wants talk about that or at Ob;lma. the billibns 'of :dollars spent that' cha'nge wili i_lot' coni'e j fighting' 6 easily and will not come with:.':: posed ?< out soine sacrifice. That's the -not put I11en, agq., ; one thing the American peo:-. women in haqns_ way to : pie don;t want to hear. . . . . : President Obama is must be a 1ot of eggs broken aware oftlje of to the the cpuntrf_.H.e ; the' one President Obama that the, elecU,on is -means if. lie has. to . If he wasn't under enough constantly battle the' system pressure, every week death pe's threats are made public, and:. serve .. .. : ";. ..;, .. ;, .. the media continues to look . No one in the history for skeletons in his closet. countf.Y : <;ould . possibly do a I don't envy Presjdent worse job.' Obama'sjqb. He has : Bu8h:< . .;_ :;! unrelenting task of .. : Obamil . damage done by a two-terin. : alone. so he can help make life President who was so far betterforallofus. removed or he just didn't Let man do his job care. . stop po_kiilg at him A lot of wallets and. bank. .. pid, a.nd: 'tJ accounts got fatter during the haye .no on. l> Bush Administratipn at the .' and Cl. expense ofthe American peo-millions of people back,,t.Q pie, including members of his work :f>

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Local Paint Your Hean Out Program Targets 140Homes Paint Your Heart Out Tampa 2009 is a citywide program that hopes to target 140 homes this year. Paint day is for April 25, 2009, and should it rain that day, painting will be done on April 26, 2009. All homes that qualify will be painted white. Someone will contact the homeowner to give them a choice of trim colors The program will not accommodate homeowners who want to purchase their own paint. The homeowner must be present on the day of painting, Should a problem arise and they cannot be present, please call (813) 232-3200. The program will not be able to provide assistance with home repairs. Bathroom facilities must be made available to volunteers on paint day. To qualify for Paint Your Heart Out Tampa, you must own a:nd live ill your home, live in the City of Tampa, be over 60 ye$lrs of age, and on a fixed income set by the federal government. If you have recommendations of homes to be considered for Paint Your Heart Out Tampa, fax, the information to (813) 274-5696. ou can also call your City o f:Tampa Neighborhood and Cowmunity Relations Office at (813) 274-7'835 or email Carla.Jackso-n@tainpagov. Middleton Class 011965 The Middleton High School Class of 1965 will meet on Monday, February 16, 2009 at 7 p. m. at Middleton High School. 91assmates, please a special effort to attend. Melvin D. Nelson, Class CORRECTION In last' Friday's Sentinel, :Vincent Reid was quoted as saying it was always his dream to follow Chi Chi Rodriguez. That information was incorrect. Reid said it was always his dream to follow the African Americans .-"who had paved the way in golf apologize for any inconvenience tbe error may have caused Mr. Reid . Create a strong with solid savings solutions. The more you save, the stronger you get. And it's easier than ever with Get Started SavingsSM, ' You automatically save each month and earn a year-end bonus.* And you don't have to spend . a dime .just to put money away. You can also pick from a variety of COs, money market / . accounts, and IRAs. To learn more, call877.786.11.11, visitsuntrust.com/savings, or. stop by a branch near you. SUNTRuST \ Live Solid. Bank Solid." . 'Get Started Sav ings account pays a one-time bonus after account has been opened for one year Sun Trust Bank ; Member FDIC. Sun Trust Banks, Inc Sun Trust is a federally registered ser\tice mark of Sun Trust Banks Inc Live Solid. Bank i s a service mark of Sun Trust Banks, Inc .. ., lJ c }< ., m tD lJ c )> ...... 1\) 0 0 CD ., r-0 lJ g en m z -f z m r;tD c rr-gJ z c tD r-c;; X m c m < m -f c m en c )> z C ., :IJ 6

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Local .-Tampa Man Writes Stage Plav Alonzo Brock's journey has taken him. into an array of businesses as an employee. and entrepreneur; He's worked for a local newspaper and has managed clubs in historic YborCity .. Having c-ompleted his first book, Slow Dance, Brock turned his attention a year ago to 'writing a stage play. He said it wasn't something he had really planned . "I was sitting at my computer one night just mess. ing around, and the idea. came to .me. I started writing a few lines and kept putting more into i[" The finished product is a stage play called "Why Me. It's about a wife leaving her. husband and kids to be with another man. She will -soon. discover th. e grass isn't :on ... ALONZO BROCK "Zoe hoe" other side. Brock has family members involved in the production, but still needs a male, and a female actors. "I hope this production will open the eyes of a lot of people. It will definitely surprise people the way it ends." Brock is trying to open his production at either the Masque Theater or at First Baptist Church of College Hill. "Once the kinks have been_ out,' I'll look atmoving in another direc.. tion. "I've watched a lot of plays on DVD and that's helped me understand how to put this together. I've. also worked with a guy that's into film production." Brock said his plan is to put the play on in various cities in Florida. If any.one is interested, you can reach Brock by email at zoeboe spizz@veri zon.net. or by phone, (813) 352-8440. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e mq.iled at lcrews@flseritinel.com: New Bethel Progressive Missionary . __ Baptist Church . 30I l .E. North Bay Avenue Tampa, Florida 33610 . :. (813) 238-4339 Jnvite y(m to celebrate the -:Seventh --.8r. : Appreciation Day astl!r. qna Ji,rst aay !lljgina{'L : we66-a1uf '1Je6orali L:: we66 t ... Sunc:JaY, Felnuary 22, 2009 THEME: EVery good gift and every perfeCt gift [Lbove; --<. .(James /:17) 8:30 a.m. Hour of Power 'Speaker Rev. First Baptist of West Tampa, FL .. 9:30 a.m. Sunday School : ,. ' tt:ooa.m. MorQing Worship Rev. H?ward Mathis, Lakeland, FL : .. 4:00 pnt .EveningWorship , Speaker . Edwin Coffie, Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, Palmetto, FL ' . . ... '' . .. ., ,:. Sis_. _Ruby N. McDona!d, Chairperson ::. 'Sis. Mae Johnson, Co-Chairperson ... Located 2 rtorth of Di.'.' Jr. ot Osbonic '"' . Betweeri'30111and3ls1Streets. : ;. New Harmony M;. B. Church 5610 East M. L K. Jr., Blvd., Tampa, FL 33619 Phone For A Ride (813) 531-4799 . . Bishop Matthew Williams & Jurisdiction Of Southwestern-Florida Music Department . Presents AN EVENING WITH THE GREAT EVANGELIST KAREN CLARK-SHEARD HOLY CONVO.CIDON 2009 Featuring The Southwestern Florida Jurisdictional Choir & District Choirs SatunlaJ, Februan 14,,2009 @ P.M. Brown Memorial .,.. Churc.h Of God J-ln Christ-: .. 2313 E : 27th Ave. Tampa, FL 33605 (813) 248-5690 . .. Clari .. : . . Feel The Power Of The Holy Ghost Through Songlll DEACON BENNIE SMITH, JURISDICTION MINISTER OF MUSIC BISHOP MATTHEW WIWAMS, JURISDICTIONAL PRELATE For More Information Contact; Deacon Bennie Smith 813-241 l District Conference February 15 e fB.'2.o:as; -. . ffishilp Messenger j Dr. Ypung. ., Rev. Jr .. "T1 r 0 :!! c )> t/) m z ...... z m r m c: f.".", r-. z :u c, r.-.. c;; ffi. c m < m ::c < :c: m en c District Coriiultant . -Mount Olive E. .,. ':a:.< : z 0 .1902laSalle Street Florida 33607 ._.. :, ._ '. Rev. James Givins_ :. Host .: 6 . . : "'" JOYCE:\. -' : .... BECKHAM, President, Pastor's Aide :Ministry.: ;t . I . .. _The !'aStor's m Singing, Shoudng,. Gome'cive.God All The

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CJ) 0 0 N Cf'f .,.. < ;::) a: m w u. a: u. c ii: u. c z < c U) w ;::) .... > a: w > w c W ::z:: U) ID' ;::) G. z i= w ...I _, ";::) .. ...:. w z i= z w U1 -a: 0 ...J u. 0 .,.. w (.!) ---February 15,2009 3:00P.M. {>lace: New Harmony Missionary Saptist Church 561 0 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Tampa, Florida 3361 0 REv. MRON MUNFORD, Pastor All Groups And Soloists Of. The City Of Tampa Are Welcome To Come And Help Us Uft The Name Of Jesus! llf You Can Not Attend Please Call One Following: Williams 67 I Sis. Martha Tolbert 813-623-2380 .; New St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church '1006 South 50th Street *Tampa, Florida 33619 . 813-242-6268 Sunday Morning Church School@ 9:30A.M. Morning Worship@ 11:00 A.M. Thursday Youth Bible Study@ 6:30 P.M. NjghtPrayer Meeting & Bible Study@ 7:00P.M. "Fill REIIVIL" Greater Mount CarmefA. M.-E Church 4209 N. 34th Street* Tampa, FL 33610 Mount Tabor Missionary Baptist Church Reverend T. D. Leonard, Pastor _(rlijl rffiij l\lrfvm .February 15,2009 Them e : //Returning To Your Spiritual Home// 8:00 A.M. Service Minister Gregory Davis Mount Tabor M. B Church 11 :00 A. M. Service Minister Stanley J. Harris House Of Restoration Of God 4 :00 P M. Service Pastor Hugh Stafford Mount Olive M B. Church Medulla, FL Local Church Focuses On Area Youngsters With Youth Explosion And Exposure Event BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In keeping with the month of "kick offs," one 'Pampa church has created its own set of "Bowl" programs. Referred to as the "Youth Explosion and Exposure," the program targets youngsters attending the church, as well as the families in the surrounding neighborhoods. Pastor. Jeffery_ Singletary, Senior . f>astor of Exciting Central Tampa Baptist Church said, "Our heart is to get our young pe ople to see the church in a new light. We _want.them to see it as a healthy,safe, ' -. ... Pastor of Exciting Central Tampa Baptist Church spiritual, and fun enVironSunday, February 15th." Bowls will be held on ment. And, ou;r philosophy The Central Bowl -February 22nd, March is not to just. involve the consists of flag football, bas22nd, June 7th, June 28th, in the church, but ketb8Jl, volleyball,-tl'ack and July 15th. to include the families in arid fiel-d,. and an ... The Talent Bowl:..:.:__:, the neighborcourse. Each team Win con-This bowl is for all those hoods." : . sists of 7 members, 3 who have beenwaiting-to The "Youth ExplosiOn and : stitutes, a coach, showcase their to Exposure" will take place in name, and rosters ; are the glory of'God. Teams are : a series 'of 'Bowls' that will required for all : comprised of 1 : -3 partici-.: . begin this weekend. The Central Bowls wiil be:; pants. The. bowl consists of three bowls are the Central held on February 15th,:. 4 performarl.ces : from Bowl, the Bible :Bowl_, and :March 15th; May June music to the a'rts:. : the ... . .-_.20th, aiidJulyl9th; : ; w1ll accumu-. The Bible Bowl-. Each earn points that. _are points :the as siignd to their_ the. ... Tp.e tasks will come troin a mance: All .entries for. the" prize}s to _spend 2-112 days deterniin'eci s :ection of ;Tale'nt Bowl are due by" on July: -Bible 25th . : Talent _on .and :held:''on ; ..... ::rt1i_nor; Prophets, Po;etic books -and the Revela_t-1>ry '14th, and J:uly 12th. : St. Mark . . Baptlst _Cflurch .. 1 05 S. Morgan St -P.lant City, FL . -:_ Sun. School -10 A.M. Sundays Morning Worahlp s.rvlce A.M. Bible Study & Prayer Service Wednesday 7 P.M. 8 P.M In Any And Ev&ry Way. All That Matteis Is Christ Is Proclaimed Fomdors Sunday Morning Worship 11:30A.M Wedne.s day Bible Study 6.46 P.M. -7.46 P.M. books). will ; con. : o'Q(a:in sist-of 3 members-, 2 : additiond ihformailon ':tan tutes and a io be an adult): Rosters fo:r the . son:: -at 2923 -N : Bible Bowl: ar_ e by :( by. at __ February 18th: : : ., . 'ltHa>. Other are invit-(8l3) 226-0121, or by emailed and encouraged to at _. <;entral@central-' teams. in this event. Bible .. tampa. om. UNIT. Y CHURCH 1013 W. Dr. Martin Luther-King, Jr. Blvd . Seffner, FL, 1 35 84 . . (813) 571-3758 Church School Hl a. m. Each .. Sunday Monrlng Worship a. m. *-Bible 7 p. m : Each Tuesday Ctime share with us the NEW THING God is doing! R t v RI CK Y ,\.POLK . 2 hlocks ofWal -1\ far t (Mnngo) on W Dr. Jr, .Blvd. :md the is 011 th ,, l.cfl.. Baptist Church -OJ Progress 8616 Progr ess Blvd. (813) 677-1948 CLOTHES GIVE-A-WAY -. Saturday, February 14, 2009 8 12 Noon . At The Church Clothing For Men, Wom en, & Children REV. SAMUEL MAXWELL Pastor/Teac h er

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Local :::0 c Student Competes For Miss Teen Tampa Title ., m ttJ The Nationals' 2009 Miss Teen Tampa pageant will hold its competition on Sunday, February 15th, at the India Conferenc e Center, 5511 Lynn Road. The doors will open at 3 p .' m and the competition is expected to last until 8 p. m This year, Ms. Lakingya Williams will compete for the second time. Last year, Ms. Wi'lliams ranked no. 10 out of 500 competitors The daughter of Warren and Stephanie Williams, Jr., and Ms. Tina Brown, she is a senior at Jefferson High School, where she maintains a "B" average. She is the granddaughter of Ms. Gloria Williams, Warren Williams, Sr., Rita Douglas, and Elijah Douglas. Her great grandparents are Ms. Delores Sims and Ms. Eddie Mae Williams. REVIVAL TIME! EVANGELIST ALLEN TAYLOR Will Be In Revival At Jesus Miracle Deliverance House Of Prayer, 6818 N. 50th Street Tampa, Florida (813) 914-7857 EVANG. WILUAM J. PARKER Pastor Bring In The Lost, The Sick And Those In Need Of Healing. Come And Experience T,he Miracles And Manifestations Of The Power Of God In Operation Feb. 15 to Feb. 20, 2009 7:30P.M. V1CTORY TEMPLE OUTREACH MINISTRIES (locat.d At The South T.,_ F'tazll) 7633 N. 56th Sl Tampa, FL 33617 (813) 989-1863 PASTOR LAYTECIA & BRO. SEDRJCK MCKlNNEY JoilfUs For Worship! Sundays. ; .1o:oo A.M. Worship Service Mondays ... 7:00 P.M. Corporate Prayer 4th Mondays 7 :00 P.M. Substance Abuse Ministries Wednesdays .... 7:30 P.M. Bible Study 4th Fridays ... 7:00 P.M. Youth Service 3rd Saturdays .... 1:00 P.M. Women's Ministry "RESTORING FAfTH, FA/lilLY & FINANCES" www.victorytempleoutreach.com IZir LAKINGYA WILLIAMS ... Competes for Miss Teen Title Ms. Williams, 17, plans to attend Bethune-Cookman University after graduation and is a member of St. Mary M. B Church. She is a member of the Student Government Association, Class of 2009 Club Hip Hop Dance Team, and a contender for Homecoming Queen. At church, Ms. Williams is the Vice President of the Youth Department and a membe r UNITY M. B. CHURCH 3111 Ybor St., Tampa, FL 33805 (813) 248-5955 ELDER H. H. HUNT, Pastor Sunday School* 9:30 A.M. Morning Worship II A.M. Bible Study Tues. 7:30 P. M. Rainbow Ministries Church Of God In Christ 1804 W Waters Ave: Ste. B Tampa, FL 33604 813-933-2404 First Lady: Missionary Cheryl Green Weekly Worship Schedule Sunday School9:30A .M. Sunday Morning Worship-11 A.M. Monday Morning Prayer -9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship Prayer Service 7 P.M. Bible Study 7:30 P.M. Saturday Morning Prayer Warriors Service Every Second Sat. Of Each Month "Fulfilling The Vision Through .Faith 1212 11:111 llnlt Tllll& Rll'ldl 33802 11131 221-033 Come Hear A Last Day Word! 1111111 IChDIII110 IJI. 11n1111 WlllhiJ 11111. M. llllli 1111111 h WldiiiGIJIIIIIIIIl P.M. of the Youth Choi r and Praise Team. Her hobbies include modeling, singing, and dancing. Ms. Williams, who interviewed with Ms. Anna Klejnowski, the Tampa Pageant Coordinator, will + ST. jOSEPH'S HOSPITAL compete for thousands of dollars in pri zes. and special ty gifts The winner of the competition will represent Tampa and the surrounding communities at the Cities of America National Competition in Orlando. :::0 More than $60,000 in prizes c and awards will be present-l> ed at the national level of the competition City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted N 0 at (813) 248-1921 or by e-o mail iholton@flsentinel.com w 6 :::0 g en m z z m r-. aJ c: r r-9tttll 1 aJ African American i c Men's Health I c: m Forum SaturdaY, March. 7:30 A.M. 1:30 Hillsborough Community College Dale Mabry Campus, 4001 W Tampa Bay Blvd. REGISTER: 813 (Monday-Friday) 8 A.M. 5 P.M. VOLUNTEER: www.aamhf.com (813) 928-3742 SPONSORED BY: Comtr.unity CO ih.'I:IE>Itl Tampa General Hospital .q_ University Community Hospital LEla HEALTH l> z ,c 'TI :::o a ..... ..... I l>

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en Local 'I"'" > a: a: m w LL. >;' a: LL. Q a: u.. Q z c( c 0 w ::::) .... > a: w > w c w ::r: 0 :::i m ::::) a. z ;:::: w ..J ..J ::::) m ...:. w z ;:::: z w 0 C a: 0 ..J u.. Iraqi War Veteran Starts Entenainment career BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer At t he age of9 when Jase Cook started performing in shows he had no idea that his promising career wou l d take an unusual turn. him be more creative. "We' v e put our military experiences into our music and you'll be able to hear it. We want to break it down in laymen's terms so everyone will understand what we're trying to say. After graduating from high school, Cook entered the Armed Forces and is a veteran of Iraqi Freedom and the confliCt in Afghanistan. JASECOOK Leonard Oeft:) and Tyrone go over paperwork. !'Tyrone and I know we can reach the street listen ers, but by sharing our experience, we hope to let the people know who we are and "While I was there, I kept my mind sharp and put out about 50 mix tapes. I got a lot of feedback there, .and got ;;orne exposure in a magazine there and in Germany. "' discovered my interna tiomtl experience was more supportive than what I've seen here. The people in .Europe are more excited about the When Cook returned to United States, he con tinued his music career, and was'discovered by the CEO o( : Money Matters. Investments, Leonard, and Hustlemann Records CEO, Tyrone Montgomery. "We were 8.t inusic conference looking for talent when .we heaNI Cook," said Montgomery; "Instaritiy; I knew I wanted to work with him." Montgomery is also a veteran of Iraq . and Afghanistan. Leonard he's giving a lot ofthought to the inter national market. "God gave 'me the grace and wisdom to. be exi>osed to that facet of the industry. I owe it all to Him for giving me this opportunity. We're counting on Cook's interna tional experience to get him to the top in this country." 1.3 iil I if' . .... ; ''!) . ,_. Ji p I 'I'J. j j L :nJJ(tfl fllrilr,'1 1 . !i:tl. 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KINGFEIDElt It's been both an honor and a blessing to watch you grow this y ear. We treasure every dimpled griri and we've .all en in love with those sleepy brown eyes We look forward to all the ye ars to come. But for now enjoy your big day, 2116/09 Happy 1st birthday. From, mom Charane; dad, Tim, great grannies, Janice C. and Mercedes F., grannie s, Peaches B. and Fatima H., and all the othe r important p e ople King will c elebrate his birthday on Feb. 15th at Templ e Crest Park. Haoov 18th Binhdav MS. BRIANNA MITCHELL February 14th DR. REWA CHISHOLM .. -. . She r e c e ived her National Board C ertification arid was.also sele cted as Rob les E lementary Teacher of the Y ear. . . K ee p up the good work Your hubby, Xxavie r BOOSHEA B elate d birthdaY and Valentine's wi shes g o out to my Goon," Ms. Mo Janga. "No body ca n d o what God put you here to do I lo ve you and miss you ." "Booshea." JONNIE, JONNIE, JAPAULAnd J.B. H appy birthday Dad. From your t hree wonderful bo y s w i t h much l o ve And als o happy birthday to our big b r other Jay. NICOLE JOHNSON 2 009, think b e f o r e you a c t because what goes around com e s arou n d W ith love, Nicole Johnson. Don't touc h tha t dial, i t's hot. J.B. ADAMS Happy birthday to Jay. From, y o u r mom, Nicole Johnson. MOJEH Standing in the Sentinel Spotlight this week is Ms. Mojeh, a young lady who cele brated her birthday in January and who was born under the sign of Aquarius: Standing 5'5" Ms. Mojeh enjoys living life to its fullest and spends her spare time behind the lens of a camera. She lists her favorite star as Jay-z and doesn't have time for a man who isn't assertive. She looks forward to.the future and her philosophy in life is, "Tomorrow Is A New Day. Congratulations, Ms. Mojeh on being in the Spotlight! .. Primitive is 11m11dng work with songs written from the h e11rt.. Vioo e l B e ll Philadelphia, PA "Wh11t do you s11y 11bout 11 CD tl111t taus you from r11unchily sexy to c h eekto-cheek rom11ntic? Meg H e nley, P i ne River, MN F irst : "I Need A Freak Now: "Primitive" you can c11ll this 11 come back bec11use this iS 11 come b11ck hit b11byl T on y M a r shall B a o aoa" B e d f o r d OH "Die I I from Prim itive is AWESOMEI., The string s soun d very nice .... / lo v e it! N i kki N i c ol e, Miam i FL I tho u ght I k new this guy. -Chris Mavro s, Broadview H ts OH The PRIMITIVE C D is 11wesomet I feel som e so ngs c11n b e used for 11nyth i n g e ven 11 m ovie s c ore or 11 T V the m e song. Su nsbio e M Marrero, North C a roUna Available@ A W ESOME SOUNDS oa Route 301 SEN S UOU S SOUNDS SYST E MS Bus c h Bl v d & the SOUND EX C HANGE .... w 1\) 0 0 CD .., ro l:J en m z ..... z m r;m c r r-z "C c m r u; :::z:: m c m < m l:J -< -t c: m CJ) c ):It z c ., l:J c

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Q) Local Sports M' ,.. > a: <( ::) a: m i -a: LL c a: LL c z <1: c en w ... > ffi w c w % en ::i m i= w ...I ...I m ...J w z i= z w en i a: 9 LL <( I oo:t ,... w CJ Center Helps Student Achieve Dream 01 Anendinu College Sheldon Coolev Goes OH If there's one thing Derrell Williams has learned, it's the. meaning of patience and pressure. With all due respect to all of the other good high school basketball players in Hillsborough County, Sheldon Cooley, a senior guard at Plant High School, is the best player in Hillsborough County Last Tuesday, Cooley went off to put an exclamation point to the fact. In a District game against Jesuit, Cooley put his team on his back and carried them to victory. The 'cool man' played every minute of a overtime game that was a thriller from start to finish When the dust cleared, Cooley's stats read, 42 points, 16 rebounds, 9 assists, 5 steals, bfodf(ed. shots and Lord how in any dribbles ()f:the.l?asketbalL : effort was necessary because of the play of Eric McGriff, the son of baseball legend Fred McGriff. McGriff scored ' 32 points and grabbed 14 rebounds. McGriff was helped by some fine outside shooting from the Jesuit guards. The triple overtime win set up a third match-up with the Howard W Blake Yellow Jackets in a District semifinal game. Plant is coached by good guy Mike Phillips, while Blake is coached by Winston Davis. Blake won both regular season match-ups. Blake made it to the semifinal game by spanking Middleton in a blowout. The Plant-Blake game will match Cooley against Blake's Andre Smith. Both of thes.e players have proven thei can carry their teams. Coojey will look to Michael Frazier: to back him up, while Smith' will look to high jumping Michael McFarland for help. As a student at Middleton High School, Williams was an exceptional student-athlete. The East Tampa native graduated in 2007 and automatically understood the virtue of patience. With the assistance and guidance of Goal Line Sports Foundation, a program with the Center For Urban Programs, Williams has survived and surpassed the negative pressure and stigma that is placed on East Tampa youth. Williams, an all-county performer in both wrestling and football, had some colleges interested when he was a senior, but none came with scholarship offers. "I received a lot of interest from Coach Taylor when he was the head 07) DANNE-R Inc. RQJ lnvtS1inerds Iii . I YOUR ONE STOP::CQNSTRUCTION l ... R '' .Specializing in: .. o 1\Je\Y.Home Construction o ,New Roof/Repairs o Commercial Construction o' Home Inspections o Design Services o Remodeling. o Painting (Interior/Exterior) o Renovations o Preventive Maintenance o Additions o Concrete/Paving o _Landscaping HAVE A ROOF LEAK? HAVE NO FEAR!!! CAll & TODAY 813.900.3427 tXCtPTIONAl QUAliTY AT GUARANTttD lOW We are fully licensed and insured (License Number CBC1255853) DERRELL WILLIAMS coach at Hampton University, but nothirig happened with a scholarship," said Williams. "So, I kind of gave up. "I started working different jobs and then I called Mike Brown and Romey Battle and the process started." With the assistance Williams he was. able to (mroll A&M University in the fall of 2008 and is now a linebacker on the Rattler foot ball team. Williams is currently majoring in Engineering, and thanks Goal Line Sports for their assistance. "I wouldn't have made it to FAMU without their support." Brown, Executive Director for Center For Urban Programs, stated that it's time we all supported our youth. "Time is of the essence. We have to support our youth by helping them to achieve their goals and dreams. We know the problems, so we have come up with some solutions to preserve our youth's future and innocence." Romey Battle, Program Director and Founder of Goal Line Sports Foundation, believes that sports is a tool that if used positively, an provide youth of today a chance at life tomorrow. "I have assisted over 100 youth in going to college or a university through sports or academics. I would love to see that number get even higher." Williams is 6'2" tall and weighs 230 pounds, a per fect size for football's tradi. tionallinebacker. Brown said it should be pointed out that Williams was accepte.d ,into FAMU based. on his academics (a 1400 SAT score), not because he's an athlete. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be. Tea.ched at (813) 248-0724, or e mailed at lcrews@flseri:. tinel.com.

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Sports Jets QB Brett.Fa'fre To Retire BRETIFAVRE NEW YORK --Brett Favre informed the New York Jets on Wednesday he will retire after seasons, ending a career in which he was one of the NFL's premier quarterbacks The 39 year-old instructed agent James "Bus" Cook to tell the team of his decision, six weeks after Favre's only season with the Jets ended in disappointment as New _York' failed to make the play7 - offs. l In an e-mail to ESPN, Favre said he has no about ending his career in New York and praised owner_ Woody Johnson, general Tannenbaum and ired coach Eric Mangini. : "Mike and Woody, as; well as the entire orga,nization, have been nothing short of outstanding," Favre said in the. e-mail. "My Thomas (Jones) arid Kerry (Rhodes) were a pleasure to play with. Eric. could not have been any ter. I enjoyed playing for him. My time with the Jets was short, but I'm honored to be given that chance ." Running back Jones and safety Rhodes were critical after the season of Favre and his performance .. The Jets .went from 8-3 to ing the playoffs. F*vre threw nine interceptioRs as the Jets went 1-4 down the and a torn 11ight biceps mig lit have icon-. tributed. --long Before Shooting, Burress sued over Debts ,_...... .,. subtirban __ Malin quoted a price of just $500 and got the job. -:\ : :r .: 1 He shoulp've turned it down, -Malin now says. . I When it caine tiiJle to pay . I -.the bill Burress di:sap-He didn't. phone calls or letters Malin I appealed to one of the star's PLAXICO BURRESS handlers help, but still no M'alin filed a law suit, Burre.ss i gnored it: NEW YORK --To Richard.Malin, Plaxico Burress wasn't a customer, he was an ordeal. It was 2002 when playing for the S t ee lers, hired Malin, a hom e to look over a house he was buying in After a judge ruled the no-show NFL playe'r, he sent Malin a check for $700. "I got a note from Plaxico saying, 'Sorry for the incon venience. Please inform the court that the judgment has been paid," Malin said. ''Then the check bounced." Take Care Of Your Feet. .. They Have To Last A Lifetime! Sheehy Ankle & Foot Center Medicine And Surgery Of11lC Foot, Ankle And Leg Foot Pain Nail Deformiti es Ankle Pain Corn & Calluses Heel Pain Sports Medicine Wound Care NEW Medi-Pedicure Bunions Availab l e PAULL. SHEEHY, JR. D.P.M., P.A. Hoard Certifit:d Acadc:my ( JfAmhulmory /-(xll & Ankle Swgc:I J 813-872 -8939 wwwTam1>aFootDoctor.com 4200 N. Armenia* Suite 5 (corner of A1menla & Isabel 2 Blocks South of MLK Steelers' Ward -Has Routine Shoulder suruerv HINES WARD PITTSBURGH -Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward underwent minor shoulder surgery this week but apparently will not need an operation to repair the right knee he injured during the AFC championship game. Ward sprained his knee against Baltimore on Jan. 18, but recovered to make. ' ..... \ .Pacman OHiciallv .. Released Bv cowbovs. IRVING, 'l'X --Troubled cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones was released Monday by the Dallas Cowboys, making him a free agent. The Cowboys said last month they planned to release Jones,;and Monday was the first day teams could make waiver requests Jones was suspended for six games by the NFL after an. alcohol-related scuffie in October with a team-provid" ed bodyguard. at. a Dallas hotel. ; The cornerback .came to Dallas after being suspended for the entire 2007 season following multiple off-field incidents while with the Tennessee Titans. The Cowboys acquired him in a trade during the draft in April, and commissione' r AD.t\M 'PACMAN' JONES :' I Roger Goodell Cle.ared hiljJ. to play at the end of the pre; season. : ... .: : Expected to giv.e th e Cowboys a boost on defense and special Jones. had 31 tackles and no iJ!ter-ceptions in his 'nine games (six starts).' He average d only 4.5 yards on his 2i' p\:mt returns, with a long of 18 yards. '' -two catches for 43 yards as -. . theSteelersbeatArizona27--Green, or eenwood' 23 in. the Super Bowl in . a eleased Bv Texans their 'second NFL title 'in . four Ward 8 'rud he. HOUSTo:N.-: :Ahman might need lqlee st1rgery . :. Green .. and lin.ebacker The shoulder. operation : Morlon Greenwood were was a routine procedure that released by the Houston Ward,'s . Texans on Tuesday. .-preparation for next season. bailed as the. :He made s1 for solt.iti.on to:Houston's ,.:-:;:_ : yarqs,:'hisbest season: ing woes: .. when: he. was:.;. statistically ih five years:,. ' : signed, but finished each of : . :.;' -_ 'his'tw' o .seasons with t h'e : :.---: AHMANGREENAnd . ::: Texitns .. .-: ,.:. < :: >-.-"-. rushing for 554 and:' ... missed the next game. \Ylth -missing 18 iames with vari. an. injury. 'Rookie Stev: e ... ., ............... ous injuri es. : .. 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en 0 0 N ct) .,... <( ::: a: m w LL > a: LL <( I CD .,... Sports Former Falcons-Piaver:: .. Jamal ;Anderson _Releas'd .: Kobe Reaches 23,000 Points Colts DT Reid Won't Fac: e Ch.arues LOS ANGE-LES --Kobe ATLANTA bond .' '. nryai1t bounced iNDIANAPOLIS _:__ _:;__,.Former The 3.6-year-old, _. back quickly Indianapolis Colts defens ive A t l a n 't. a eight season. s for the Fal c ons fr t'h f1 d om e u an tackle Darrell Reid won't Falcons run. before leaving with a knee becume the ning. back injury in_20_0l .. face .criminal charges for .' I ?J,:'\J:f J a m a I ESPN youngest player refus'.1'ng to leave ... a an NFL analyst for Jn: NBA history KOBE . thispastseason. :;:::{,, . : t .. ach the uRyn ....... ,clubparkinglot.;.. .... has: been:..,: Atla.n'ta police saf o :re ...... ,, ... d 23,00, O-_p_ oi_nt ......... R e1d_ 26_ wa _ s a . r r ,ested _r e e. a. s e is Qfhav' fr??t Jail f?.l-::-ing powder. .cocaine and a plateau.-""';: e!U:Iy Sl!n day f o r low..tng his '" .. .. . t h "''. Bry' ant showed. no linger-conduct and trespas __ s1ng ". t ... --manJuanll.'Clgaret e In IS an_es ----'On possession at an Atlanta tav ing. effects from being sick after police saiq he ignored < drug charges. T' 3 ffi d t I is charged with he Fulton ?ounty two days ear sconng. 4 an o cer s or ers o felony cocaine possessiori SuperiOr Court s office points in the Los Angeles the parking lot. But the 'and misdemeanor marijuana hav.e been Lakers surprisingly narrow cliarges were. 'vacated :possession. dropped 2 0-year-old 105-98, victory over the because Reid official-DARRELL REID Fulton County Jail spokes-Mark Damel Hudson, Oklahoma City Thunder on ly 'was on the club's proper. .woman Tracy Flanagan police say was With Tuesday night. ty, a spokesman for the because the club was at '_says he was let_,out on $6,000 Anderson. Williams Added To Roster He obviously enjoys reach-Marion County prosecutor capacity. ing such career milestones. said Monday. The officer told Reid "It's always fun whenever "There was a side street COQ.ld not enter _the night-you talk about the history of he was on which turns onto club,' but the _Colts player', the game','' Bryant said. "It's the parking lot," spokesman said he knew the owner and always a tremendous honor!' Mario Massillamany said. should :he' t'o go : With fans chanting "The interesting thing is, Wben. the .officer. Bryant-30 years, 171 days just a few feet makes a again Reid'to old-made a free throw with diffi .. 'd' -R-...11 huge erence. . the .. sa1. ,.: 5:13 left in the second quar-According to the< police _, 'backed Q.P his vehiCle and ter, bouncing the ball rep()r.t, Reid': at, nearl)7collidedwith:an6tlie-:r : frOJ1t o{the riin., Club OxygeJ} -a,bout 1:-30 car that was trying to . backboard and in. He joined a.m. Sunday off-duty said ... th,a t : 20 others iii league history was h_elpJng clear .. El w nigbtclub's ... tliere :,:'.: ; mar,k.:_. ? ... ; .. _., / ,_-.. ,r; :: rw.id urn: .tlb 0 11

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MR. DALE TYRONE MATHEWS, SR. Homegoing services for Mr. Dale Tyrone Mathews, Sr. of 1107 Chilkoot Ave., who passed away on, Sunday, February 8 2009, will be held on Saturday: February 14th, 2:00 p.m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, Rev. Donald Yeoman, official ing. Interment will be in Orange Hill Cemetery. Dale Tyrone Mathews, Sr. was born in Tampa, and was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County. He was a graduate of Chamberlin High School. Before his early departure he was employed by Simostone Company. He was preceded in death by his mother, Juanita Mathews and son, Dale T. Mathews, Jr. He leaves to cherish his memories, a loving and devoted wife, Tonye Brown Mathews, daughter, Dominque Shanell Mathews; granddaughter; -Lailah Monique Sam of Lafayette, LA; step-daughters, Deborah Hawthorne (Quincy) and Brittney Black; step-son Isiah Thompson and family; father, George Mathews; stepmother, Joann Mathews; god.. Bryant of Ta'mpa; brothers, Glenn Mathews of Ooleman, FL, Clarence Mathews, Polk City FL; Dwight Mathews,. Beach, FL, Corey Mathews (Michelle) and -Michael Mathews of Tampa, FL; brothers-in-law, Leonard Brown, Tampa and Henry Crawford Anderson; SC; sisters, Lanell Coleman, Nicole Mathews and Timiki Mathews Jacobs (Ifevin), all of Tampa; mother-In-law, Elizabeth Brown of Tampa; sisters-inlaw, Johnnie Hill (John), Karen White, Cynthia Chin, Sharon Brown, all of Tampa FL, Catherine and Mami; of Anderson, SC; aunts, Carolyn Taylor of Syracuse, MO, Margarite Scott of NV and Edna Whtte of M;9ntgomery, AL; uncles, Romtevelt Jackson of Chicago,-IL, ''ray lor Evans of SC and Clarence Stewart of Montgomery, AL; nieces, Ebony Manners (David) and Adrianna Coleman o{ Tampa FL and Candice Burney of Columbia, MO; nephews, Joris Cross of Tampa, FL and Tremayne of Columbia, MO; cousins, Tracey White Jennie Dandridge and Jessi; Taylor; a host of loving friends, Ivory and Jeanette Solomon, Pamela .Bryant, Yolanda Durassaint, Yvonne Recldick and family, Louella Roseboro arid family, Joann Thomas Veronica Banks,. Albury, Dudley Bryant, Jr., Bobby and Barbara Richardson; and a very special thank you to Charlene Hall and .Teresa Sistrunk, The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. Family and friends are asked to meet at the chapel on Saturday at 1:4 5 p.m. for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikensfuneralhome.net A celebration of life for Mr. Horsly Shorter, Sr. of 3035 38th Street, who passed away, Monday, February 2, 2009, will be held on Saturday, February 14th, at 11:00 a.m., at New Friendship M.B. Church, 3201 E. Lake Avenue, with Rev. H.L. Daniels, pastor officiating. Interment will be at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Horsly Shorter, Sr., was born in Reynolds, Georgia to the late Mr. and Mrs. Charlie and Nora Shorter. He attended the public schools of Macon County. !"'r Shorter moved to Tampa, In 1969, where he worked at Cargill Fertilizer Company for 16 years and retired in 1985. Mr. Shorter was preceded in death IJy his parents, brothers and sisters-in-law, Smith (Bertha) Shorter, Jim Shorter Clifford (Doreatha) Shorte; and Willie Troutman, sisters Mildred (Joe) Shorter-Ben' and Ozie (Ozzie) Shorter: McClendon and grandson, Jhamarqus Williams. Mr. Horsly Shorter, Sr., leaves to cherish his memories: a loving and devoted wife of 63 years, Mrs. Hattie L. Shorter; 8 children, Ozie (James, Sr.) Carson, Ft. Myers, FL, Wilbert ,, (.Mary) Shorter, Tampa, Annie L. Shorter, Butler, GA, Ella Coleman, Tampa, David (Ruby) Shorter, Tampa, Clarence Shorter (Stephanie), Montgomery, AL, Horsley Shorter, Jr., Severn, MD, and Trinetta (George) Williams, Brandon; 30 grandchildren, Nyiha, Daniel, Marquis, LaToya, Clarence, Jr., Quentralla, Tarnishia (Harvey), Markel (Anedra), Johnesha, Lil Kim, Latoria, Magel, Jeremiah, Tanisha, Bernell, Lakeysha (Michael) Melinda (Michael), Delivia' Stanley, Linda, M elisa, Tammy' Christopher, James, Jr.: Janice, Jennifer (Richard), Cassandra (James), and Debra (Bruce); 47 great grandchildren; 2 great great grandchildren; godson, Robert Kelly,' Tampa; goddaughter, Sis. Kathy Vance; devoted friends Mr. Eddie Davis and Mr. 'James Carson; and a host of sorrowing nieces, nephews -other relatives and friends.; if we have omitted anyone it was of mind, not of heart. The remains will r epose at Aikens Funeral Home from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday evening. The family will receive friends from 6 to 7 p.m. The funeral cortege will arrange from 3035 38th Street. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikensfuneralhome.net MRS. BARBARA LOUISE BLACK Homegoing services for Mrs. Barabara Louise Black of 3007 E. Louisiana Avenue, who passed away, Sunday, February 8, 2009, will be held Saturday, February 14th, 11:00 a.m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, Rev. Donald Yeoman, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Black was a native of Hendry County, Florida and a longtime resident of Tampa. She attended the schools of Hillsborough County and was a graduate of Middleton High School. During her high school years she was a basketball player. She also attended Bethune Cookman College, where she also played basketball. She was preceded in death by her mother and father, Lucille C Thomas and Robert Forrest and step-father, Reliford Thomas. She leaves to cherish her memories: children, Warren A. Forrest, Sandra L. Black-Flood, Tyrone Black and adopted son, Ricky Carter; grandchildren, Lynnette E. Flood, Cassandra T Flood, Marquise Dixon, Shaniquah Murray, Essence Black and Brianna Black; great grandchildren, Kassandra M. Flood, Robert D. Kelley, Antionette C. Prater-Flood, Sereniti Dixon, Ramiyah A Flood-Dawson, Mye'Asia M. Murray and Mah'Kye C. Murray; nieces, Jeanine MillerDennis, Patricia Petty, Rose Ann Wigfall and Marilyn Wigfall; nephews, Terry Wigfall and John Wigfall; The Conaway, Forrest, Williams and Chester families; special friends, McDaniels-Sherman, Russ and Coley families; and a host of other family and friends. The remains will repose a t Aikens Funeral Home from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday evening. The funeral cortege will arrange from 3007 E. Louisiana Avenue. Friends. are asked to assemble at the chapel approximately 10:45 a.m Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUN ERAL HOME www.aikensfuneralhome.net Remember Your Loved Ones With A Memorial Of Distinction From Percy Collins 1 NNrntS MONWv\tNTS: 1 2301 N. 40th Street* (813) 238-6531 : We Provide A Large Selection For Memorial Needs ... P laques, Headstone s Cornerstone s Signs & Cemetery L ettering Fam1ly Owned: Percy Collins, Annette Collins & Michael Colleton We Service Entire Area MR. FREDERICK AUGUSTINE ANDREW, I Services for Mr. Frederick Augustine Andrew, I, will be held Saturday morning at 11 a. m. at St. Peter Claver Catholic Church, 1203 N. Nebraska Ave. Interment will be at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, 4615 E Hanna Ave., Tampa 33610, at 2 p. m Frederick Andrew was born to the late James and Mary Veronica Andrew on August 26, 1929, in St. Andrews, .Grenada. He passed over peacefully on February 6, 2009, from his battle cancer. He first came to the United States in 1953, gained U.S. Citizenship on March 16, 1962 and resided in Tampa. He a very devoted member of St. Peter Claver Catholic Church since the mid 1950s until his illness would not allow him to attend any longer. On September 1, 1991, he retired from Gardinier (now known as Cargill) after 34 years of loyal service He was best known for his kindness, generosity, friendship, and avocados. His friendship was immeasurable. He would do anything for anyone. If anyone knew him, they knew he was a very hard worker and loved his family, grandkids, and great grandkids. He leaves to c elebrate his legacy: his wife Katherine Andrew; children, Cathy McCrae, Frederick (Brikti) Andrew, II, Phyllis Andrew and Millicent Andrew (Patrick Davis, Sr.); brothers and sister Ignatius (Olive) Andrew, Juan, Trinadad, Leonard Nathaniel Andrew, Grenada Peter (Qlivia) Andrew, Tampa: . Eva (Ivan) Sampson, .. Trtntdad; in-laws, Arthur (Marie) Killins, Lillian Killins Jesse Killins, MacyYulee, Killins and Juanita Bryant grandchildren, Oma McCrae' II, Omanah McC .rae, Emerald Little, Bruce Little, Diamond Ella Barkley, M ; Joy Smgletary, Yureka Singletary, Marvin Singletary, Jr., Arielle Hubbard, Lenita Ousley, Letesha Ousley, Ladashia Ous l e y Maurice Threatts, Shanta Threatts, Marquis Parks, Frederick Andrew, III, Malcolm Andrew, Keambi Gibson, Kashif Gibson, Kathy'lee Butler, Darius Davis Desire Davis, Raven Davis and Patrick Davis Jr.; great grandchildren, Frederick Andrew, IV, Ramiah Vickers, Randy Peters, Oma McCrae Ill 0 mar t a McCrQ_t;!, Keonia Porter, Arieona Hubbard, Arielle Hubbard, Montrell Hubbard, Jahiem Ousley Jaquavious Wells, Vickers, IV, DaNyla Williams Ashanti Kaigler, JahNiah Thomas and Dalana Thomas; goddaughter, Lenice Brewster special nephew, John (Ondria) Bryant, III; a large host of nephews, nieces, and other relatives, friends, neigh bors, and church members who loved and cherished him. Viewing will be February 13 2006, from 6-8 p. m. at Glory Bible Fellowship, 416 W. Waters Street, Tampa, Pastor Phillip Jenkins. Viewing will be held prior to the service on Saturday morning from 10-11 a. m. at St. Peter Catholic Church, 1203 N. Nebraska Ave. BROTHER TONY LEROY HOUSE Homegoing services for Brother Tony Leroy House will be held Saturday, February 14, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Holy Temple 'T1 c )> 'T1 m CJ :::0 c: )> :rJ -< No. 3 Church, 1215 E. 109th Avenue, Tampa, 33612, Elder Allen Johnson, pastor, Pastor 0 Dwight D. Brown, Sr., official-::U ing, and Apostle Dwayne D. 6 House, eulogist. > Brother Tony House was 0 born on May 25; 1969 Jlnd m passed away on February 2, Z 2009. He attended the public ""'4 schools 'of Hillsborough Z County. He was affiliated with m The Holiness Church of Jesus r;-. in Unity, Inc. Ill His parents are Pastor C Ophelia House arid the late, Brother James House, Jr.-m He leaves cherished ""'4 ries with: a devoted and loving Z mother, Pastor Ophelia House; 'V 8 siblings, Pastor James House C and wife, Leslie House, Alice Ill Williams and husband Chris r Minister Anthony and (;; wife, Adrienne, Apostle % Dwayne House and wife, 2J Katrina L., Elder Alejandro m House and wife, Minister < Katrina D., Tiffany Brown and m husband, John, Antonio House <::U and wife, Whitney, and Trinity House; a loving grandmother, ""'4 Mother Alice Brown; 13 uncles, C: and wife, m osep tne, eacon Samuel C House and wife,"Evangelist Diann, Tyrone House and wife "' Vicki, Napoleon House and )It wife, Annette, Minister Z Beaufort Brown and wife, C Barbarah, Deacon Samuel 'T1 Brown and wife, Deaconess ::U Shenna, Pastor;' Dwight Brown C E lect Lady-Minister Eddie Brown and wife Linda, Kenneth Andrews. Ali Jilfar, G. L. House of :White. Springs, FL, West Hudson, Sr., and Jessie B. Hudson; 15 aunts, Clarietha Curry, Gladys Jenkins, Mary Owe.ns and husband, Don, Marie House, Gloria House, Maryetta House of White Springs, Dorothy Brown 'of Lake City, SC, Mamie Lee Hudson, Louise Harris, Bessie Mae Carnegie and husband, Harold, Shirley Coleman and husband Frank, Alice Mae Carnegie, Autoria Hudson; Eldress Faye Smith and husband, Charles, and Barbara Jean Hudson; nieces and nephews, Alice. Walton and husband, Zielinski, Antonious, Alyce, Jam'mece, Reggie, Elijah, Christopher, Anthony, Jyla, Daryl, Augustus, Al ejandro, Jr., Johnisha, John, Dayvon,. Demya, Michael, Deshon, 'Naziah 'Charity, Jr., Jahiem, _., ..... Contln. u e on page 1a.:A -;:.

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Harris and wife, Allie, the Rookers and Gilbert families, Sister Rebbie Jacob and husband, Charles of Atlanta, GA, Elder Michael Woodard and wife, First Lady Anita, Mother Amanda Barnes, Woodrow Simmons and wife, Juanita, George Cooper and wife, Katrina, Betty Joe Williams and husband, Reverend Frank, Minister Joe Lock and family, Apostle Alfonso Gallon, Pastor Phillip Jenkins and wife, First Lady Angela, Loretta Gallon and family, Brother Johnny Jenkins, Minister Angelic House, Sister Maggie Drummer, the church family of Holiness Church of Jesus Pentecostal, Inc., Largo, Bishop Johnny Marshall; and special acknowledgement to Pastor Elder Allen Johnson and wife, Evangelist lola of Holy Temple No. 3 Church, American Family Funerals, Michael Colleton and Annette's .Vault Services, and the Florida Sentinel Bulletin. d d H ome 2708 E. Dr. Martin luther King Jr. Blvd. Tampa, Fl33610 Let Our Family Take Care Of Your Family. "We Are The Key To A Fine And Quality Service" PASTOROTHA L.JONES Homegoing services for pastor Otha L. Jones, who passed away on Thursday, February 5, 2009, will be held Saturday, February 14, 2009, at 11 a. m. at North Bay M. B. Church, 3711 E. North Bay Street, with Thomas Weeks, officiating. Interment will be made on Tuesday, 17, 2009, in Florida National Cemetery. Pastor Jones was a native of Americus, Georgia. He relocated to Tampa, in 1940. He served as a deacon at Peace Progressive M. B. Church for 25 years under pastor J. C. Goins, and then was called into the ministry by the Lord to preach. Pastor Jones was a theological student of Pastor Barnhill. In 1981 he organized the St. Mark Lee Missionary Baptist Church with his wife, First Lady Sister Joyce A. Jones and 5 other members. Pastor Otha L. Jones was a member of the U.S. Army, he fought in World War II. He leaves to cherish his memory: a devoted wife, Mrs. Joyce A. Jones; children, stepchildren, graJ:J.dchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, special friends, church members, and other sorrowing relatives and friends. Visitation for Pastor Otha Lee Jones will be held this Friday evening at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, from 6-8 p. m. Friends are asked to meet at the chapel at 10:45 am. John Harmon, LFD, James HarmonLFD. A HARMON BURIAL Family Owned & Operated Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home 5117 North 22nd Street Tampa, Florida 33610 813-237-5775 Personalized Funeral Services Shipping & Cremation Our Family Can Meet Your F amily's 8_ervlng Hillsborough And Pinellas Counties For More Than 11 Years "Comfort To The Families We Serve" MR. FRANK SCOTT Homegoing services for Mr. Frank Scott who passed away on Monday, February 9, 2009, will be held Saturday, February 14, 2009. at 2 p. m. at First Baptist Church Of College Hill, 3838 N. 29th Street with Rev. Dr. S. Evan Burrows, PhD., officiating. Interment will be made in Rest Haven Park Cemetery. Mr. Frank Scott was a native of Sparta, Georgia. He was employed as a truck driver for Sweet Bay Super Market for many years. Bro. Scott was a faithful mem-. ber of First Baptist Church Of College Hill under Rev. Abraham Brown, then faithfully under Dr. S. Evan Burrows, PhD., pastor. He was preceded in death by: his father, Mr. Wiley Scott; and a sister, Mrs. Arleen Mosley. He leaves to celebrate his memories: a very caring and devoted wife, Mrs. Annie L Oliver Scott; a very devoted mother, Mrs. Olean Scott; 2 daughters, Beverly Scott, and Mary Wright (Ronnie); 3 sons, Frank Mack, Frank Scott, and Terrance Rivers; 4 sisters, Barbara Ann Scott, and Brenda Scott, of Tampa, Lillie Davis, and Ruth Works (Alvin) of Atlanta, GA; 2 brothers, Wiley Scott, Jr. (Ruth) of Bradenton, and James Scott, of Sparta, GA; uncles, aunts; brothers-in-law, Booker T. Oliver (Verda) of Mobile, AL, Marion (Orella) of Tampa; sister-in-law, Rosie Peterson, of Tampa; uncles, Joe Scott, Bob Scott, Floyd Watkins, and Charlie Watkins; cousins, Richard Smiley and William Jackson; dear friends, Jasmine Richardson and Renita Buie; a host of caring relatives and friends. Visitation for Mr. Frank Scott will be held this Friday evening at Harmon Funeral Home 5002 N. 40th Street from 6-8 p. m. Friends are asked to meet at the church at 1:45 p. m. John Harmon, LFD, James HarmonLFD. A HARMON BURIAL CRISIS MR. GEORGE EDWARD (RICK) HINES Homegoing celebration for Mr. George Edward (Rick) Hines of Tampa (P. 0. Box 24751, 33623), who passed away on Tuesday, February 10, 2009, will be held Saturday, February 14, 2009, at 2 p. m. at New Hope M. B. Church, 3005 E. Ellicott St., Tampa. Mr. Hines was a native of Tampa. He was a graduate of Hillsborough High School, class of 1972. He also served two years in the U. S. Army and the Artillery Unit. He was employed by CSX Railroad at' the time of his demise. He was preceded in death by his parents, George Edward, Sr. and Ruthella Hines. He leaves to cherish fond memories: his wife of 19 years, 'Melinda Myers Hines; sons, Reshay Hines, Eric Hines and George Edward Hines, Jr.; daughter,. Staci D. Hines; grandchild, Jekiah E. Hines; sister, Beverly Hines; nephew, Adrian Hines (Tabatha); niece, April Patton; uncle, Bobby Johnson; 4 aunts, Eva Spencer, Betty Heard, Daisy King and Anne Anderson (Oliver); first cousin, Joann Brown; 4 sisters-in-law, Betty Myers Turner (Charlie), Mary Myers, Janet Myers Smiley (James) and Joyce Bludsaw (George); two brothers-in-law, Daniel W. Myers and Anthony David Myers; and a h'ost of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. The viewing will be held from 6-8 p. m. on Friday, February 13, 2009, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Family and friends will assemble at 4611 Pompano Drive at 1:30 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to Jones Funeral Home. JOHN HARMON LFD.813 626-8600 JAMES HARMON LFD 5002 N. 40th Street Tam a Florida 33610 Creative-Eye Catching -Realistic Monuments Quality Products At Great Prices Superior Engraving Done By Experienced Mastercraftsrnen MONALISA MONUMENTS (813\810-0301 Fax(813)242-4194 3202 East M.L.K. Blvd. Tampa II I H Hours: Monday-Friday 9-!5 t : Teryl & ltoslland Aikens Free Home Consultation We Install In All Cemeteries! Mr. Mitchell J. Kitchen, 65, of Lutz, FL, and formerly of St. Petersburg, died Saturday, February 7, 2009, at University Community Hospital. He was born in Tifton, GA, and came to St. Petersburg in. 1958. He was a graduate of Gibbs High School, class of 1961..He was an Air Force Veteran. He retired as Supervisor of Transportation with the Pinellas County School Board, and also from Kraft Food, Inc., as a forklift operator. He was a former member of Pleasant Grove M. B. Church. He is a Mason and member of the former Shacklers Softball Team. He is survived by: his wife, Brenda Howard Kitchen of Lutz; 2 sons, Eric Kitchen, Sr. of St. Petersburg, and Mitchell Kitchen, Jr. of Atlanta, GA; stepson, Douglas N. Maye, III of Charleston, SC; 3 daughters, Traci Kitchen Perkins of St. Petersburg, Sonyaa Kitchen of Beaufort, SC, and Nikeeta Kitchen of Orlando; his mother, Lillie Mae Harris of St. Petersburg; 4 brothers, J. B. Harris, Jr., Walter L. Harris and Kenneth B. Harris, all of St. Petersburg, Dennis Harris of Warner Robins, GA; 5 sisters, Sandra Harris, Sharon L. Johnson, Pamela F. Harris and Phyllis H. Delaney, all of St. Petersburg, and Rhonda L. Harris of Atlanta, GA; 22 grandchildren and 8 great grands; a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral services are scheduled for Saturday, February 14, 2009, at 1 p. m. at St. Mark M. B. Church, 1301 37th Street South. Visitation will be Friday, February 13, 2009, at the church from 5-7 p. m., where the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. ni. "A MCRAE SERVICE"

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MRS. LUCILLE WALKER AUSTIN Mrs. Lucille Walker Austin of 1909 W. Palmetto Street,. passed away Friday, February 6, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, February 14, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Brown Memorial Church of God In Christ, 2313 E 27th Avenue, Bishop Matthew Williams, Pastor, eulogist, with Elder Tommie Jones, officiating. Interment will follow at 2:30 p. m. at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Austin was a native of Quitman, Georgia, and a resident of Tampa for 40 years. She was a graduate of' Washington High School and was a member of Brown Memorial. C. 0. G. I C. Mrs. Austin retired as a Student Nutrition Services Attendant at Blake High School. She leaves to cherish her memory: a loving and devoted d -aughter; Janice (Charlie); sons, Michael (Shellita), Anthony (Sarah), Reglnald, Eric (Rebecca)' and Craig;' grandchildren, Chantanae Michael, Cedric, Marcus, Cecilia, Melissa, Charnese, Cetrell, Chariel, Erielle, Jordan, Chayla; Antwan, Elysia, Elana and Emarie; great grandchildren, chamorie, Cameron, Cedric, Chamiya, Wyse, C haz and Mikai; good friends, N ellie West and Jimmie-Brook; special neighbors, Richard and .Pam Waters, Helen Griffin and Ron Pressley; and many other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, F ebruary 13, 2009, a t Ray Williams Funeral Home 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL . & Northern, . 1Tiiln MR. HENRY DAVIS Mr. Henry Davis of 2325 W. Pine Street, passed away Thursday, February 5 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, February 14, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Reverend A W. Greene, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Davis was a native and lifelong resident of Tampa who was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County and was a graduate of Don Thompson/Blake High School, class of 1958. He furthered his education at Florida A & M University and enlisted in the United States Army. He was preceded in death by: his parents, William and Annie Floyd Davis; and brother, William Davis. He leaves to cherish his memory: his wife, Eva Mae Davis; three daughters, Selena Davis (caregiver), Vanessa Davis and Brenda Davis; son, Barrett Davis; two brothers, Herbert and Mary F. Williams and Herman and Lillie Williams; ten grandchildren, Kwame, Taquanda, Tawanda, Ilena, Crystal, Danielle, Keon, Keron, Deanna and Ryan; fourteen great grandchildren; father-in-law, Haywood Roberts; three sisters-in-law, Bernice and Jesse Hobdy, Theresa Roberts and Alfreda and Carl; two Alton Roberts and Darren R o b erts; s p ecia l friend, Pauline Black; and a host of nieces nephews, cousins, the Floyd family, other r elatives. and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. Friday, F ebruary 13, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N Howard A v enue Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOM E Rhodes & Northern, Owners. w H .. AT EvE R.: T H > E\: Tl.ME OF we;1i H JNEUA t HOME 3000 N. 29th St T ampa, F L 33605 ( 800) 6 0 5 -3350. (8-13) 2486 125 MR. WILLIE LEE MANN, SR. Mr. Willie Lee Mann, Sr. a ffectionately known as "Bill," of 1805 E. Okaloosa Avenue, passed away Wednesday, February 4, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday,February14,2009,at 2 p m. at Life In Christ Community Ministries, 2103 E Osborne Avenue, Reverend A. L. Randall, pastor. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mr. Mann was a native of Amsterdam, Geor&ia, and a resident of Tampa for 3 7 years. He was a graduate o f Mt. Moriah High, Attapulgas, GA, class of 1968, and was a United States Army Veteran who served during the Vietnam War. He received an honorable discharge in 1981 and retired from Winn Dixie Industries in 1983. Mr. Mann met Barbara in the summer of 1981 and the two spent the next 28 years together. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Eddie Lee Mann, Sr. and Bernice Mann; brother, Eddie Mann, Jr.; and sisters, Gloria Mann, Lucinda Mann, Diane Mann and Janie Hayes. He leaves to cherish his memory: his loving and d evoted life-long companion, Barbara Ann Smith; nine children, Roslind Mann, of Tampa, Bryan (Sonja) Mann of England, Antwain Mann, Chrissy Smith, Cory Smith, Ebony Smith, Tracy Smith, Shonda Smith and Ronald Smith; three brothers, H e n r y Mann and Jerry (Josette ) Mann, both of Miami, and Eugene M ann of Attapulgas, GA; five sisters, Jessie Mann and Emma Mann, both of Miami, Edith Mann, Cynthia Mann and Tina Mann, all of Attapulgas, GA; twenty two grandchildren, Eddie Danie l s IV, Eddric.Daniels, Demetrius D aniels, Rashad Mitchell, India Mitchell, Bryson Mann, Devon Mann, Demetrius Mann, Antwain Mann, Jr., Asia Mann, Taylah Mann, Ta'Nae Gunn, Za'Kia Frost, T ekila Lindsey, .Tiffany Thomas, Chandra Smit h Rashie d AbdulRafiu Apa.-ta J:i!Ye l ->Sm ith, Sydavia Cole, Mykiam Buggs and Kaienja Smith; sister-inlaw, Mary Ann Williams; and a hos t o f a u ri'is; uncles, nieces, nephews, c o u s ins; other relatives and fiiends. T h e remains will. repose after 5 p. m : Friday, Feb r uary 13, 2009, a t Ray Willia m s Fune r a l Home 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arra ngem ents entrus t e d to RAY WILLIAM S FUNE R A L HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owne t s tone Memorial Funeral Home Generations Serv,ng Smce 1921 5016 N orth 22 n d S t. Tam pa, FL 33610 {813) 237-1134 ::{J. filii Chapel Servicf $995,00 . : DEACON ROWLAND SMITH Deacon Rowland Smith of Wimauma, passed away Wednesday, February 4, 2009. Homegoing services will be conducted Saturday, February 14, 2009, at 1 p. m. at Mount Moriah Missionary Baptist Church, 5910 Vel Street, Wimauma, FL, with Dr. L Waiters, officiating. Interment will follow in Wimauma Community Cemetery. Deacon Smith was a native of Patrick, South Carolina, and a resident of Wimauma for many years. He was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough Count:y and retired from Martin Marietta Aggregates. Deacon Smith was a member of Mt. Moriah M. B. Church. He was preceded in death by his parents, Henry and Allie Smith. He leaves to cherish his memory: his loving and devot.ed wife, Mrs. Kelsie Mae Jenkins Smith of Wimauma; son, Rowland Smith, Jr. (Connie) of Gibsonton, FL; sis-: ter, Geneva Redding of Plant City, FL; two grandchildren, Vanessa Howard and Jessica Smith; two brothers-in-law, Charlie Jenkins (Thelma) of Ft. Myers, FL, and Calvin Jenkins (Nora) of Bradenton, FL; two great grandchildren, Sarah and Zachary; and a host of nieces, .nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, February 1 3 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to .RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. MRS. LIZZIE MAE DAVIS-JUDGE Homegoing celebration for Mrs. Lizzie Mae Davis-Judge of 7811 Wexford Park Drive, Apt. 102, who passed away Wednesday, February 4, 2009, will be held Saturday, February 14, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Peace Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, 2607 E. 24th Avenue, with Minister Billy Dawkins, officiating. M inister Sylvia Leonard will be the eulogist. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. She was preceded in death by: her parents, E. B. and Odessa Davis; and siblings, Arthur J. Eddie B. Davis, Jr. Phyllis J. Singleton and Yolanda Davis.' She leaves to.cherish and embrace loving memories of her: her children, Anthony and Vickie Thompkins and Dorian (Gina) Judge, Sr., allof Tampa; 12 grandchildren, Antario, Anthony, Jr., Serroda, Ke'Shauni:lra, Dorian Jr., Antario, Antonio, Marquee, Ginasia, Rojana, Patrick and Shykiah; 5 great grandchildren, AmQ.ni, Katrina, Mia, Dontavia arid Sa'R:fiah; 3 sisters, Corrine Oglesby Qf Brooklyn, NY, Melvene Palmer of Miami, and Gayle 'Wimbley of Tampa; brother, Eugene (Terry) Davis of Albany, GA; aunt, Rosa Hart of Atlanta, GA; and a host of nieces, ne_phews, extended family arid friends . A native of Perry, (Houston County), Georgia, Mrs. Judge had reside d in Tampa sinc e 1958. She attended school in Elko, GA, and the public schools of County. She was a faithful member of Peace Progressive M. B. Chur;-cl),, where she remaine d active until her health d ecli.ned. She was a m ember o f the Shepherd's Care Minis t r y Intermediate Mission Ministry, Women's Sunday School ClaS:S and Goins Chorus. She was employed at Crown Window, where she held the position of Machine Ope r ator for 10 y ears. She was later employed by M e rcy .. House as a transporte r until : !h e r healqt decline d : : : The will repose from 5-9 p m Friday, February 13, 2009, at Wi'lson Funeral Home, :,cortege wiH :.arrange from 3q 1 o .. Street.. Friend s. asked assemble a t the church approxima t e l y 1:45 p m ; Saturday. A WILSON SRVICE . www.wilson-funeralhome.cotn : ',; .. Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes & Northern, Owners 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa,-FL 33606 Ph: Fax: ( 8 1 3 ) 251 -4912 E m a il : r a y w ms@ij. n e t ., :::c c ., m OJ :::c c )> :::c < ..... 1\) 0 0 (0 ;C) m ..... (0 I )>

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en 0 0 C\1 ,... >a: <( :::> a: m w LL. > < c a: LL. c --If c z w c w ::1: en ::i m :::> D. z i= w -1. -1 :l m I -1 W z w en: -c:c: Q i 0 -1. ": Funerals/Memoriams MS. CYNTHIA ANN LAW Homegoing celebration for Ms. Cynthia Ann Law of 2616 E. 31st Avenue, who passed away Wednesday, February 4, 2009, will be held Saturday, February 14, 2009, at 11 a. m. at The Church of the Apostles, 12055 Jackson Road, Thonotosassa, FL, with Pastor Thomas Weeks, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. She was preceded in death by her father, Mr. Samuel Law. Cynthia is survived by: the love of her life, Fred Ashwood; 3 daughters and 1 son, Lakesha and Rodney, Angelina and Bobby, Sheba and Vearryl and Alfredo Ashwood; 8 wonderful grandchildren; -mother, Virginia Law; 4 sisters and 2 brothers, Shirley and Terry Tucker, Jeanette and Ronnie Jackson, Eunice and Willie Johnson, Maria andAnthony Knight, Samuel Law, Jr. and Sandra Law and Grg Law all of Tampa; nieces, Michelle and Donnie Lindsey, Pamela Tucker and Tyasi'a Tucker, Latasha Jackson and Cheyrron Jackson, Brittany Law, Keyanna Law, Charsity Johnson, Ambrea Johnson and Ronisha Hill; nephews, Ronnie Jackson, Jr., Rodney Jackson, LaRon Law, Greg Law, Jr., Eric Law, Samuel Law, III, and Luke A. Council, Jr.; 25 great nieces and nephews, all of the -Tampa Bay area; aunt, Elizabeth LB:w and husband; and a host' of cousins of Williston, FL; Aaron and Beth; and a host of cousins all of Palmetto, FL; a host of uncles and aunts of South Carolina and New York City; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends, all of Tampa. A native of Tampa, Ms. Law was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough and attended Chamberlain High School. The remains-w}ll repose from 5-9 p.m., Friday, February 13, 2009, at Wilson 'Funeral Home, aooo N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a. m., Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" MRS. FRANCES C. LUNDY Funeral services for Mrs. Frances C. Lundy of 12503 Palmdale Court, who passed away at her daughter's residence on Thursday, February 5, 2009, were held Thursday, February 12, 2009, at 12 noon at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, Reverend W. D. Sims, officiated. Interment followed in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Lundy's parents, Fredrick P. Banks and Wilma Mae Jones, preceded her in death. She is survived by: her husuand, Willie E. Lundy, Jr.; sons, Ralph Paulin, Michael Paulin and Willie E. Lundy, III; daughters, Valerie Paulin and Sharon Paulin; 7 grandchildren, Joseph Harley, Selina Collins, Adrian Collins, Nicole Collins, Derrick Paulin, Sean Lundy and Willie Lundy, IV; 4 great grandchildren, Christopher Harley, Joshua Harley, Alana Harley and Anniya Collins; sister, Hyla Dungee; brother, Fredrick D. Banks; 2 sisters-in-law; brother-in-law and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Mrs. Lundy was born in Ardmore, Pennsylvania, and had resided in the Tampa Bay area since 1986. She was edu-. cated in the Delaware School District of Pennsylvania and graduated in 1955 She was a member of several churches in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Prior to retirement, she was employed as a secretary. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com MRS. ALICE WHITE Homegoing celebration for Mrs. Alice White of 4219 E. Grove, who passed away Tuesday, February 3, 2009, at Melech Hospice House of Temple Terrace,. will be held Saturday, February 14, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, with the Reverend Harry Harris, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. White's husband, Mr. Alto White; and her parents, Mrs. Mary (Mamie) Thomas James and Mr. Travis James, preceded her in death. She will be greatly missed by her family: daughter, Eloise S. White; brother, Joe Lee James of Tampa; 2 sisters, Isabelle James of Tampa, and Willie Mae Gainey of Oakland, CA; sister-in-law, Elouise James of Bishopville, SC; nephew, Moses Oliver and wife, Margaret; nieces, Hazel Snell and Gloria J. Drew and husband, Bobby; godsons, Ted Albert and Harry Harris and wife, Debbie; goddaughters, -Rose Sails, Connie Perrin and Alberta Jackson; devoted friends, Violet Hopkins; Mother Jones, Gloria Tripplett, Helen White and Evergreen Neal; and a host of other nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. A native of Atmore, Alabama, Mrs. White had resided in Tampa for over 50 years. She was a former member of Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church and sang in the choir until family members became ill flnd she could no longer serve. The remains will repose from s-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m., Friday, February 13, 2009, at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home at approximately 10:45 a.m., SatUrday "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com local news education religion business health sports entertainment in the Florida Sentinel 813-248-1921 --------------------------MRS. MARY B. WRIGHT Funeral services for Mrs. Mary B. Wright of 1811 E. 2oth Avenue, who passed away Saturday, February 7, 2009, will be held Saturday, February 14, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, with Minister Jahazel Dawkins, Pastor of Bostic Temple, Quincy) Florida, officiating. Interment will be held on Tuesday, February 17, 2009, at 11 a.m. at. Florida National Cemetery) Bushnell, Florida. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Preaster (Lucy) Bostic; husband, Mr. Acey Wright, Jr.; and sons, Acey Wright, III and Ralph Carter. She leaves to cherish memories of her: 2 sons, Jerome Wright and Michael Wright of Tampa; 4 grandsons, Lloyd Wright, Kinyada Wright and LeJuane Williams of Tampa, and Marvin Wright of Michigan; 2 granddaughters, Tahira Myers of Tampa, and Joyceland Carter of New Orleans, LA; 4 sisters, Ernestine Kelly of Tampa; Lucy Sanders and Doris Edwards of Quincy, FL, and Edora McGriff of Ft. Walton Beach, FL; brother, Willie Bostic of Quincy; aunt, Evangelist Inez Cotton of Quincy; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, neighbors and friends among whom are Mrs. Louise Mills and Mrs. Mary English. A native of Quincy, Mrs. Wright moved to Tampa approximately 6o years ago. She was educated in the public schools in Gadsden County. Mrs. Wright was a Jehovah's Witness. The remains will repose from 5-9 p. m., Friday, February 13, 2009, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home at approximately 1:45 p.m., Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeraihome.com IN MEMORY OF JERRY GOLDSMITH He leaves behind brothers, daughters, grandchildren and friends. He was an avid reader of the Florida Sentinel. His departure was Wednesday morning, February 4, 2009. IN MEMORIAM LARNE'ITE NIKKIPYE We miss you, but there's no sorrow that heaven cannot heal. From, the Bexley, Billups and Joyner families. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MR. ALLEN M.CLARK Feb. 11. 1949 -Sept. 9, 2006 We thank God for the time He gave us with you. We love you and will forever cherish the fond memories. Missing and loving you dearly: your wife and children, Mary, Antoinette and Maryssa Clark, family and friends. HAPPY 66TH BIRTHDAY. ANNIE BOGAN Feb. 17, 1943-Feb. 14, 2007 '"-Always remembering you. It's been 2 years God's hand separated us. You are greatly missed and our love for you will forever last. Kim and Dante, and the entire family.

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Memoriams IN MEMORIAM KAMARINGTON WHITE You are loved and truly missed, every day since this tragic event, one year ago on this day oflove. We love you forever more. Mom and dad. IN MEMORIAM PATRICIA ANN PRINGLEY June 26. 1953 -Feb. 15, 2007 . . Happy little memories; go flirting thi-ough our minds. And in all our tho1,1ghts and memories, we always seem to find the pic: ture of your face, Pat, the memory of your touch and all the other little things we've come to treasure so much. You cannot go beyond our thoughts or leave our love behind. Because we keep you in our hearts and forever on our minds. Your family. .IN' LOVING MEMORY MRS. CLORETHA VERALEE SHEFFIELD . Th e Five Ds and your perpetual legacy. IN MEMORIAM INEZ MIKELL Hey mom, it's four years, but it seems like yesterday. I love you and miss you. "JB" Johnny and family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM PAMELA J. HARRIS KENDRICK February 13,1973 On your birthday, we continue to think of you and all the loving memories. You will never be forgotten and will forever be in our hearts; With love, your family. I MAMA MS. PATRICiA GREEN From the moment you left us, void immersed in our heart and our lives. But through the tears and years, we've gotten stronger. We are grounded by your words, successful because of your prayers and blessed by your teachings. We love you and miss you, Mama: Tarya, Reginald, Regina, ,llandolph and Shelia. IN MEMORIAM ROBERT N. KEATON Sunrise: February 10, 1926 Sunset: February 15, 2003 "Precious memories forever." Your {amily, the Keaton, Hardaways and McKennons. IN MEMORIAM RAENEsHiA DW ANDA BROWN; . a.k.a., 'RAY RAY' Sunrise: 9-11-93 Sunset: 2-14-05 Gone, but not forgotten."The Voice Comtnun'ib;.Speaking for Sentinel Bulletin (813} 248-1921 ::0 c m OJ ::0 c l> ::0 -< .... c.J 1\) 0 0 tO ., r 0 ::0 c l> en m z =! z m r I m c r r m =! z "tJ c: m r en :X: m C m < m :D -< c m en c l> z c ., :tJ 6 m 1\) .... I l>

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2 Cards Of Thanks N C") ,.... > a: <( :::) a: m w u.. <( c a: u.. CARD OF THANKS RUBY GWENDALE .LAWRENCE The family of Ruby Gwendale Lawrence, would like to thank everyone for their prayers, telephone calls, cards, flowers, food, and other acts of kindness shown during our time ofbereavement . Special thanks to: Everett Derr & Anderson Funeral Home, Ronald Derr, LFD, James A. Haley VA Hospital Cardiology, Tampa General. "Hospital Cardiology, LifeLink Cardiology Dept., Northside Missionary Baptist C}turch, Rev. Ricardo Richardson, Minister Leonard :Harrington, 'Verizon, Bank of America, .Sage c Software and Hillsborough County Fleet Management -May God bless each and every one of you. The Lawrence Family. CARD OF THANKS MRS. ROSEMARY MCARTHUR WALKER MRS. PARA LEE LAZARUS The family of the late, Mrs. Para Lee Lazarus express our sincere thanks to everyone for their prayers, telephone calls, cards, flowers, food a nd all other .acts of kindness shown during our time of bereavement. To Reverend Geraldine Christopher, Tyer Temple U. M. Church and the Reverend Jimmie B. Keel, the family thanks you for a spirit-filled sermon. ,. Special thanks to: Tonya Lewis, the Bell family and the staff of Wflson: Funeral Home. Sincei'ely, the Howard) Beaton and Wooden families. "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" -G R I [)A National Homeless woman's Plea To Obama Draws Flood Of Support FT. MYERS --She's being hailed as the "face of the economic cns1s, and now Henrietta Hughes has become something of a media star after reaching out to President Obama in an emo tional plea for help. Her message: My son and I are homeless, and we need immediate help. "I have an urgent need, unemployment and homeless ness, a very small vehicle for my family and I to live in," Hughes told Obama Tuesday at a town hall rally in Fort Myers, as he pushed for pas sage of his stimulus plan in the Senate. "The housing authority has two years waiting lists, and we need something more than the vehicle and the parks to go to. We need our own kitchen and our own bathroom. Please help." Hughes said she had been homeless after her son lost his job and, subsequently, their home: Although her son has President Obama talks to Henrietta Hughes at a town hall rally in Fort Myers, on Tuesday . been looking for work, Hughes says, so far, no luck. The Fort Myers-Cape Coral area in heavily Republican Lee Qounty, which went for GOP presidential nominee John McCain in the 2008 election -has seen record housing foreclosure rates. According to the White House, the area had the highest foreclosure rate in the nation last year, with 12 percent of housing units receiving a foreclosure-related notice. Median housing prices in the Fort Myers metropolitan area have plummeted from $322,000 in December 2005 to less than $107;000 in December 2008, the Obama administration notes. Michelle Grace NewVQuu e WASHINGTON--First Lady Michelle Obama, who has been called a new fashion icon, will grace the cover of Vogue's March issue. '"I love clothes,"' she tells the magazine. '"First and foremost, I wear what I love. That's what women have to focus on: what makes them happy and what makes them feel comfortable and beautiful. If I can have any impact, I want women to feel good about themselves and have fun with fashion."' But the new first lady is also pragmatic and is willing to take some fashion criticism here and there. '"I'm not going to pretend that I don't care abqut it,"' Mrs. Obama says of negative reviews of the outfit she wore in Grant Park on Election Night. '"But I also have to be practical. In the end, someone will always not like what you wear people just have different tastes. Some will think that sweater was horri ble, [but] I was cold; I need ed that sweater!'" The first lady has devel-. oped a_reputation for spotlighting the work of young, up-and-comingdesigners with her outfit choices. Her choice of a Jason wu inau guration ball gowri thrust the 26-year-old designer into the spotlight, designer Isabel Toledo also garnered attention because of the ensemble First Lady Michelle Obama is interviewed for an article in the March issue ofVogue and is also featured on the magazine's cover. Michelle Obama chose to wear to her husband's swear ing-ipl and J. Crew has ben-efited from the first lady's affinity for the company'r clothing. Come join Us For The Official Launching OfThe Independent Black chamber Of Commerce 19,2009 Promptly At 6:30P.M . Good Luck cafe 1910 E. 7th Ave. . City, FL Sponsored By: Gibbs And Parnell, P.A. Attorneys At Law Persona/Injury And Wrongful Death (813) 975-4444 or 1-BOD-711-5452 Food Provided By: little Ochli Ybor City (813) 248-6244 WTMP 1150AM/96. 1 FM

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Crime News Woman surrenders In Butox llleuallniection Case UNDSAY ... Surrendered on Wednesday morning Shortly after 10 a in, Wednesday, a 32-year-old Thonotosassa woman ed for aJlegedly illegally injecting two women with cosmetic enhancement drugs turned her self in. The woman, who has since bond: ed of jail, charged with twd counts of practicing medicine without a license. According to the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office, on January 29th, Ms. Sbarhonda Lindsay accused of injecting Ms. Andrea Nicole Lee, 30, of Wesley Chapel, and Ms. Zakiya Tbema Teagle, 33, of Clearwater, with a silicone and saline substance in the buttocks. Ms. Lee is said to have received 20injections in each cheek and allegedly paid $500. Ms. Teagle is said to have received 10 injections in each cheek and allegedly paid $250. After Ms. Lindsay left the location, the women reportedly began experiencing pain and discomfort. . Both women were transported to Town & Country Hospital, where they were admitted .for intern.al injuries. Both women remain ho spitalized, a spokesperson for the Hillsborough County $heriffs Office said . . Man Facina :charuesIn llrnled -Robberies ST. PETERS., his head, dark sunglasses, BURG -'and a black fedora hat simi-According. to . hirto that of"Zorro." police, a man He would make a small suspected of com-purchase and' then demand . eight, displaying a small sil:GEORGE armed robberies ver handgun. He would then has been taken flee the scene. N.SHAW into custody The On Wednesday, Crime man identified as George N. Stoppers received an anony-Sbaw was taken into cus-mous tip that helped the St. tody on N. 50th 'Street in. Petersburg Police Tampaon Wednesday: Department identify the sus. Shaw, 50, is charged with pect. His fingerprints were a string of offenses. that matched to latent prints began on January 26th and taken from an M & M s ended on February 7th. bag ieft on the counter According to police, the sus: in one of the stores on pect was given the nickname January 29th of"Zorro The Bandit" used The suspect was identified the same technique in all of as George N. Shaw, of the crimes. The man would Tampa, and was arrested by enter the business w earing a Tampa Police near his resi -bandana around the t op of dence. ation Leading To Capture Of ED D IE. < :.-...-:E L E J R.: . fPiease Contact _.; T.Bail Bonds 3-231-2663 813-231-BOND ( 2663 ) Fast Confidential Service Alleged Gang Member Arrested In Temple Terrace MICHAEL ANfONIO BROWN Man Charged With Drug Possession Tampa Police charged a 31-year-old man with drug possess ion after a brief chase Thursday. The encounter began as a traffic stop for speeding. According to police, Officer J. Wyche observed a 1992 gold, El Dorado Cadillac traveling in excess of the speed limit on Nebraska Avenue. The offi cer caught up with the vehicle as it turned on Fowler Avenue. The vehicle came to a stop SHANNON MONTRES LISE and the driver reportedly scaling two more fences. opened the door slightly and Officer Wyche reportedly ., ::D c ., m CD ::D c: )> A 29-year-oid Belle Glade said to the officer, "What's recovered the black bag that man was arrested by the Up?" As the officer started to contained two -gallon bags ;!:! Temple Terrace Police exit his vehicle, the driver with approximately 956 0 Department on Morris affillegedly sped off with the. grams of marijuana. The offi-:U o tcer in pursuit with lights cer also recovere.J $570 .1n Bridge Road Wednesday. d u,; -an Slrens. cash and a cell phone. fA The man was wanted by law The Cadillac pulled into a The man reportedly was. m gang related dofrivNewla2ythin Sthtreeeltl70a0ndbltochke . tralnspohrted tho a .local hospi-2: b ta w ere e received 7 According t0 KeVin Doll, driver alleged jumped out stitches for .an .injury to his Public:Infortn.atiori Officer before the vehicle stopped. . hand obtained while jump-for .. the Pasco .. The vehicle is said to have ing the ... . em SherHts 'Q(fice Michael struck a landscape wooden . Police_ c\larged "Shann 1"" . . tie befote it came to a stop. :-: P4ontres. Lise with posses.: :r-, _BroWil one of The officer said the driver f f 1 m three . gang meml>ers of the vehicle fled over a -sto n o e ony wan t e d on .. f e d .. eral t'ndt'c ... t fleeing and ehiding; posses.: 2 fence carrying a black bag sion of cati'rtabis with the ment. s: He is ctUTently being with the in a foot pur .intent to and obstruct" 'held :at the cHills borough. s)Jit. The. man dropped the ing or opposirig an officer ; He m County Shenfrs Office with.bag during the pursuit and -is being held on a $6,500 !:-out bOnd. . the. officer caught him after . : The case is jointly being investigated by several law m enforcement agencies. < m :u -< Armed Suspect Robs Store Members of the Tampa Police Department are currently searching for a man who allegedly robbed a store on Tuesday night. Police "We'll Get You Out Quick ... So You Won't Have To Sit" said the robber is' similar to ) { Jls CHOICE BAIL BONDS According to police, the Us Be Your liJAnd Last Choice man entered the Walgreen's Pharmacy, 4651 Kenne.dy Blvd ., shortly after 10 :30 p . m. He reportedly approached the front counter and lifted his shirt exposing a silver Free Services Offered To Clients *Job Refferrals *Referrals For Treatment Re-establishing Convicted .Felons Voting Righto; handgun. The (813). . . took t .he register s cash 5005 Ma f L tl K" J Bl d : . . . drawer and calmly walked.. r ll1 U 1er mg r. V (1 of SOti.1 out of .the store. Once out. side, he 'lsprinted away," polic e sa:id. He is described as being a Black man abut 5'10 to 6' tall with a stocky build. He is between the ages of an,d 35 years old and is missing upper and lower front teeth. The remainder of his teeth reportedly rotten. He was wearirig a black doo rag, sunglasses, a blue shirt, and dark pants. Briduetrs Bail Bonds COntact . AndV 813-451 .. 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Organizations Panner To Host Pre-Inauguration Gala The Hillsborough County Democratic Black Caucus and the Tampa Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women partnered to host a PreInauguration Gala in honor of President-Elect Barack Obama at the Westshore Hotel. (Photos by Brunson) The-heads two organizations -are Or. -H. Bruce Miles, President, Hillsborough County Democratic Black Caucus and Marion Cole, President, Tampa Chapter, National Coalition of 100 Black Women. Ruth Hospedales, Greg Hanneken and Esther B. Badger. S t epping out for the evening a r e Linda Wilson, N athalie F o s t e r and Brenda M artin. Members of the Coalition of 100 Black Women are, seated, left to right: Janice-London, Marion Cole, president; Ida Williams Campbell and Rhuetelia Bradford. Standing, Belinthia Berry, Luvator Nelson, Lonnie Carson, Betty Briggs-Johnson, Hattie Bowers, Dorothy A. Nettles, Jennifer Karriem, Sandra Bell Jacqueline Wilds, Berdina Bonds and Antonia Barber. -llillsborough County Democratic Black Caucus members at the gala included: Jerad Hill, Ms. Lonnie Carson, Monroe Mack, Dianne Hart, Dr. H. Bruce Miles, Sharon Carter, Robin Lockett, Howard Harris and Earl Rutledge. Antonia Barber_ and Sandra Bell. Ira Gardner and Uncle Jug. Cheena,.Tina and C herry} were amon g the guests a t the gala.

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Local M' ,.... 6: ct ;:::) Carrollwood Salon Gets surprise Statelv Visit a: ID w IL. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer >"' When Theresa Henry 0: opened her salon, Hair IL. Expressions of Carrollwood, 14 years ago, she knew African American bttsinesses were few in the area. However, she stayed put, and the rewards have been great over the years. Normally closed on Tuesdays, on February 3rd, Ms. Henry opened for a spe cial customer. That special customer was former :secretary of State, Condoleeza Rice. Hair Expressions owner, Theresa Henry, smiles as she puts the finishing touche:> on Secretary Rice's hair. Pastor Vanda Jacobs and Co0:doleeza Rice Before Ms. Rice, Ms. Henry said the only celebri-ties who had visited her was the same as with most of "She watched the Ernie died in the church bombing hair done, not to pose for picl?alon were Tony Dungy her clients. Davis Story, and said she there during the 1960s." tures. She received a protein and the parents of the "I want all my clients to couldn't wait to get back so Ms. Henry said the fact treatment and a hand treat-.Tampa Bay Buccaneer playleave feeling I have a profes-she could watch the entire that Sec. Rice came on a ment. ers. -sional atmosphere and with movie. She also complement-day she's normally closed "She was very gracious and When Ms. Henry was told the impression. that" they ed me on the good music and helped her keep everything had a warm smile. That Q that Secretary Rice was would want to come back. admired the artwork 1 have more low-profiled. made my job very easy. Her coming to her salon, her first She said she'd definitely in my salon." "I was happy with that facial expressions made me 1L. response was," how did they come back when she visits Ms. Henry said their con-because I was able to give feel very comfortable. It took C get my number?" Florida again. versation was casual and her more personal atten-the nervousness away, espe-z -. "I'm a strong believer in "My husband accuses me of about the commercial that tion." cially with all the Secret C:C having a good website to spoiling my clients; and I aired during the Super Bowl. Ms. Henry said her family Service people buzzing generate my business. I consider that a good thing. "I did ask her what it was wanted to make sure she had around. I just thank God for started it up 13 years ago That's why I provide movies like hanging out with the everything in place before giving me favor to experience when the area was still in its for my clients, complete with and she said they Sec. Rice arrived, and they this." :l infancy for African American popcorn." were nice people. 1 knew she were very excited. Asked if she got a good tip, t-owned businesses." Asked if Sec. Rice enjoyed was from Birmingham, and 1 "Security was very tight, Ms. Henry said she got a iJ: Ms. Henry said iriter'qer movie, Ms. Henry said knew about her relationship especially when it came to very good tip. with Secretary Rice $he did. with one of the girls that people trying to take pic-"She gave me a $20 tip for w tures. She came to get her a $60 service." Q w l: :<'. en :l ID ;:::) a.. z i= w ..J ..J :::) .,, ID ..:. w ... z j: z.... w en .. Ca: o ..J IL. ID. I w CJa.: .: REATT . ... F -' ... ---.:--THIS.IS .. : .. _-THIS IS -BIG*-. --.. o -RDER FiOS.TODAV.-CALL 888.B79.FIOS or CLICK ,. ,., +

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WILLIAMS : Happy birthday wishes go ouno a princess celebrating one year of life on February 18, 2009! Love, mom and dad, also family and friends! ASHLEY ANDERSON Birthday shout outs for Ashley Anderson, February 13th. From her grandmother, Erma Anderson. MS.AMYAH You're a precious little angeL A Princess through and through. You bring such hap piness and joy in each thing you do. So, on thfs special day I'm sending birthday wishes. And, along with them you find a bund of hugs and kisses. I love you, Mommy. look Who's Turning Onel! JACQUEZ TYREE BRUCE Happy 1st birthday wishes go out to my little man, who will .. turn 1 on 2/15. Ty will be celebrating his da:y on 2/21 at. Lowry Park. Love, mommy "(Briana),.-:: (BIG GOO) Na-N a papa (Rainey), aunties (Shae and Happy birthday a1_1d Valentine's Day to Derick (Big Goo). ; < Neshia), and uncle (Amp)! .. and kids _: We love you, Queze.': :.': : J-ROC. JOHN, FIAT And 22ND STREET OUTlAW ,,. .. J.:, Enrichment Center, lrlc. Grandparents , J' Wt Do Not Remember Days ... : Moments! _, . ;... >I. Happy:Oh:thday.Sweetheartl : We love and miss you. We will see you bright and early on Valentine'sT)ay: : , .. : .. Love always, your fiancee, ar.d Day-Day< .... '': _. ,.._,... '"\ ' ..... . .. Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 621-5038 -.. "Jra/n up a child In the way he when he is
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m I .-.::t w CJ .. ct a. '' 0 _, L 1 J_., : ' o r .-: .. ; .. . : ': .... : .. : ".;_ 'l" i: -; : : -. MS . BRIANNA MITCHELL '. .:_February 14th Love, your Attends Inauguration Mrs. Pauline Rhynes was on her way to Washington, DC, to the President's Inauguration. She was accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Shelia Prince; and a friend, Mrs. Patricia Alston. While traveling, they stopped by "Mrs. Alston's" son's home, Major Kamani Alston, who is stationed at Shaw A F. B. in South Carolina, for a shoit visit. The three ladies are from M _RS: RHYNES Tampa. Look who's getting engaged tomorrow! Searching For MARK ANTHONY MERRIEL Hey ladies! I'm Mark Anthony Merrie! #04372-025, presently locked up at F. C. C. Medium, P. 0 : Box 1032, Cole man; FL, 33521 I'm in search of sincere friendship! 'J' An
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Position Purpose There are many people today in situations that threaten their lives. Children are in danger of dying academically. Parents are dying financially. Communities are dying and decaying. Sadly, many churches are dying. It seems that death is all around and it is affecting all people. People see it; but yet they say nothing or do nothing to stop its advances. If humanity is not going to con-New Mt. Zion M. E. Church "A Super Natural Church ComPosecJ Of Super Natural People 7401 So. Kissimmee St. Port Tampa, FL 33616 (813) 837-0129 Office Hours: Tues. And Thurs. 10 A.M.-:6 P.M. FBCWT SISTERHOOD PRESENTS Opening Address: Sis. Barbara F. Wright President of the Senior Women Ministry Progressive Missionary & Educational Baptist State Convention of F lorida; Inc. Sis. Jacqueline Harper S is terhood Ministry, Presid ent Please call 251-6989 for more information First Baptist Church of West Tampa, Inc. 1302 N. Willow Ave., 33607 Rev Rayford Harper Pastorffeacher College Hill Church Of God In Christ 6414 North 30th Street Tampa, Florida 33610 Sister Tee Solomon -Com.mittee Chairperson ELDER CHARLES Pastor ., :D c tinue t o fall victim to the ills of society and greed, people will have to stand up and speak to the situations of life. This is the nature of this week's lesson (Esther 4:1-3, 9-17). Esther finds herself in a situation where death has been decreed and she s its in a place to perhaps cause i t to stop. T he king in Esther s day had a decree issued that on a certain day all Jews would be killed (3:8-15). and called for someone to go and talk to him Esther was a Jew but had found favor to be chosen as queen. She had been elevated above all others and positioned for an appointed time. times peop l e don't speak up because they are afraid that they will be t alked about. Ill There are peop l e in many churches who are on boards :D Often times God uses your gifts to make places for yo u to find favor to be put in vario us positions. God strategically places people in the right places for the right time. You are where you are for a purpose. God has allowed you to be placed where you are to use you for an appointed purpose for an appointed time. and hold leadership positions :::: who will not speal,< to ills of the _!.-) c hurch in fear that they might N be taken off or removed. g God has not put you where tO you are to remain si lent God While this verse is not a part of the printed text it is the backdrop for what is going on. People walk around living life unaware that there has been a bountyput on their life, spiri tually and physically. Watch how people live. Observe today's youth! Living as though tomorrow is guaranteed but not knowing that there is an enemy who wants to see them dead Upon hearing of this decree a man begins to mourn (vs. 1-3). There needs to be someone who hears and sees all of the death and destruction of today's generation and begin to mourn for it. Somebody should be moved with -com passion for those who are fac ing death or have an appointment wit h death if they keep going the way they are go ing. Esther heard o f his situation Mordecai encouraged Esther to speak to the kirig about the decree that had been issued Esther replied to him that no one goes before the king unless they have been sent for by him (vs. 11). Esther knew that if she went to see the king she could be put to death. There are many people today hesitant to speak to the rulers and powers of death and destruction in fear of being killed themselves . There are many people who are in a po sition to make a difference but hesitate because of the personal sacrifice it would re quire. To s a ve lives and prevent the mass destruction of many, sometimes you have be willing to give your own life. Somehas not ele v ated you to walk in fear. God has not allowed you to find favor to be fearful of persecution Hear Mordecai's response (vs. 13,14). Don't think that you are safe because you live in the palace, they will get you too. Who knows; Goo has brought you in the pal;1ce for a time such as this. People must thinking that they are safe because of what they have and where they live. The church must not continue to think that ills of society do not affect them. Rich must not thirik that the problems of the . poor will not come to them. We all must that we are where we are for a pur pose You have the position because .you have a purpose. You must be willing to Sacri fice yourself to fulfill God's purpose. And we must conclude as Esther c onclu ded, "If I perish, I perish." (vs.16). 42nd Annual Holy Convocation . Of The Jurisdiction Of Southwestern Florida Church Of God In Christ February 14, 16-22, 2009 "All Things, All People, All Godly Strategies"-1 Corinthians Jurisdictional Headquarters: Brown Memorial Church Of God In Christ 2313 E. 27th Avenue Tampa, FL SCHEDULE OF SERVICES : j Saturday, Feb. 14 7:30P.M. Musical Featuring EVANGELIST KAREN CLARK-SHEARD Admission Is Free Monday, Feb. 16 7:30P.M. Anointing/Ordination ll:l.arui,,.al Speaker: SUPERINTENDENT JESSE SMALLEY Tuesday Morning 10:00 A.M. Official Opening Conferene Topics The Silent Scream Of Depression -Effective Evange1jsijl T"eehniques '. . : 7:30 P.M. : . Church And Lay Dealing With Coiiflict . Wednesday Night 7:30 . .. BISHOP DARRELL HINES i ChairTT'lan Of M en's Confer ence C.O.G.I.C Thursday, Feb. 19 Thursday Morning 10:00 A.M. Conferene Topics When Helping You Is Hurting Me Hermeneutics Of Biblical Scriptures Thursday Night 7:30P.M. PASTOR MARVIN WINANS Perfecting Church Detroit Michigan P.M. AIM Night Speaker ELDER DONTAE JENKINS Sunday, Feb. 22 5:00 P.M. Offici a l Day Founder's Day Brown M em orial Church Of God In Chri s t Offi c i al M e ss age: BISHOP MATIHEW WILLIAMS, Jurisdi ctiona l Prela t e "' ,... 0 2J i5 )> en m z ::t z m r;aJ c: r r-g) z 'll c: OJ r-c;; :I: m c m < m :D -< -f c: m en c )> z c "T1 :0 i5

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en 0 Church Directory ('I) ,.. g a: u. 0 z c( w :l .... rc w > w Q w :::E: (/) :J r::c :l a. z i= w ...J ...J :l m ...J w z i= z w (/) c( o a: 0 ...J u. m I CD w . ., ...... .... ALLEN TEMPLE :;A.; M E. CHURCH .. SC. Wors hip. A ctivties: . Earl y A M Sunday School 9 ;30 A M. ,, Morning Worship.11 A.M. E3ipl e Stydy ... FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH OF HIGHLAND PINES '4711 21st 'Ave. REV. Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Wednesday 7 P.M Sunday School 9 : 30 A M. Morning Worship 1 0 : 55 A.M. Church Van (8 13) 627-0338 TEMPLE CREST. .CHURCH OF CHRIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS B309N. 401hSi. Tampa, FL 33604 4025 w P almett o St. 87.9-1351 GREATER FRIENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH 3 325 E E m ma St. Sun. Mom. Bible Study 9 :30A. M Sun. Morn. Worship -10:30 A.M. Sun: Evening Worship 6:30 P M Mid Week Bible Study Wed 7 : 30P M Eyeryone We.lcome REV. ANTHONY GREENE, P astor RRA Pas to r Sunday School :45a. m Sunday School-9:30A.M. Morning Worshi p 11 a .m. Morning Worship -11 A.M. Evening Worship 5 p .m. Prayer Service & Bible Study Prayer Meeting Wednesday-7:30P M Tuesday 7 :30p. m '7o Know Christ And To Make Christ Known L-_V_ i s _it_or:._s A r e W e _lc_ o m _e_! ____. PEOPLE FOR CHRIST NEW FRIENDSHIP GRACE MARY MISSIONARY M.B. CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH MOUNT OLIVE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL A. M. E CHURCH : MINISTRIES 10511 Ma i n S tr.eet Thon o t asassa ; Florid a 3107 E. La k e Ave. 248-4127 3901 N. 37th St 248-377 1 9 02 W. LaSalle St., Tampa, FL 33607 (813) DR.THOMAS LHAQDEN,III REV. H. L. DANIELS, Pastor Sunda}/.s b h ool : .' Weekly Activities Sunda y Church School. 9 : 30A. M Morning Worship ... j't A. 'o:M. Morning Worship .. 10:45 A M B ible Class .. 4:30 P M Evening Worship . 5 P M '.Bib le StJdY.(WecJDesday) : .. ''l' P : M.I Wednesday Prayer 7 P M Bible Study.. .. :.. 7 : 3 0 P Wo rs h i p Se rvic e Lo cation ... ', Off ice L o cation: Blaise Alfano Col'lference Center 11606 N. McKinley Dr. G eo rgetown O ffic e P ark 1307 W Fletcher Ave Tampa FL 336 1 2 Tampa, FL 33612 .:.;.---. . . SUN D A Y S First Fruit W orsh i p Service 7 :30A.M. Morning Cele br ation Servic e 11:0 0 A.M. THURSD AYS V oice Of The W o rd Bible Stud y 7 : 30 P .M. .,.. -----: BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD -IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AV'f.. (813) 248-5690 (81 3) 241-690 Sunday .School ..... 9:;30. A .M. .... 1 1 A M -I t : .",, I . .'. . -. : . : : Sunday ... 7 s o P : M .. . ... ... : . !" Momlh g (Tuesday-Friday) .. .. 9 A.M . Wednesday Night Worship '-. = =sH= o -, .....;.A -1'111= EW ..... 7 : 30 P M "A Clu'ch Wla'elhe Lave Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." ELDER THOMAS J. REED Past o r Early Morning Worship 8 A M REV. JAMESC, GIVINS, Pastor Sunday Schoo l 9 :30 A M. MRS. ROBERTA T F irst Lady Morning Worship-10 : 50AM. Church Schoof Bible Study, Wed.: 7 P.M, : . .. 11: 00 THe PUBLIC I S J3ible Study .. .. a.''(P."M. '----'----------' . : -' .... ST. MAlTHEW M. B. CHURCH. 3708 E. Lake Ave., Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 628-0752 W ebsite: www .stmatth e wchurch .org Email: rsi ms@tampabay.rr .com Break Of Day Worship 7 : 4 5 A. M. Sunday School 9 :30a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Wednesday 7 p m S tud y of the B ibl e Wed. 7:30 -8 :30 p m Praise & W orship Serv ice Wed 8 : 30 -9 p m & Youth Bible Study Wedn esda y 7-8 :30p m Saturday Prayer Service & Bibl e Study 10 a .m. Youth Bibl e Institute 1 2 4 p m. Teen Night Friday bef o re the 2nd Sund ay 7 11 p m. REV., W. D. SIMS, Pastor FIRST BAPnST CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAGE 8616 Progress Blvd. Tampa, FL 33619 Churc h Office : (813) 677 Pas t o r s Office : (813) 672 -0 38 9 Academy Offi ce : (813) 6 77-5988 Fax: ( 813) 6 72 0 514 E-Mai l : fbcop v @ t ainpaba y rr com : Sunday 9:45 A M A dult & Youth/ Childre n Tuesday 11 A M Adult Wednesday 7 P M Youttv Children 7 : 30P. M Adult A Campus For Faith Bible Jl'l!!tnute Growing Tile Church F o r G lobal Cnange (Acls 1 : 8 Rom 1 : 8 1 Thes. 1 : 8 ) 3 838 North 29th Street, Tampa 248-6600 REV. EVAN BURROWS. . ., Seni<;>r _Pastor. :, ,' :; Early Worship -?:so a m. . Sunday School -9:45a. m Morning Worship 10 : 50 a m For T ranspo rta ti on Call S ISTER BAR BAR A MCGILL a t 621-1155 Tuesday Prayer Serv ice-6:30p. m B ible Stu d y 7 : 3 0 p.m. Brotherhood 1st Saturday Matrons 10 a m 1st an d 3rd Satur days Visit ou r Websit e or E-M ail us: www.fbcch org inlo @ fbc ch.org Jesus Is The wav The Truth And The life.

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---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------, :!:! NEW MT. ZION M. B. 29TH STREET HERITAGE CHRISTIAN New Testament M. B.1 LAURA STREET ;:H CHURCH, INC. CHURCH OF CHRIST COMMUNITY BAPTIST !lc. CHURCH OF CHRIST 2511 E. Columbus Dr. HAROLD RODRIQUEZ-MINISTER CHURCH Thonotosassa, FL33592 1310EastLauraStreet (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 3310 N 29th St. TAMPA, FL 33605 Hillsborough High School 986-3971 Plant City, FL 33566 (813) 752-2858 :::C 5000 N Central Ave 813) 610-1252 William Kerrlson, Minister -< OFFICE & FAX (813) 242-4572 T FL 33603 EMAIL: romello@verizon.net ampa, Sunday <:;; REV. WALTER J. WILUAMS Pastor Early Moming Worship-7:55A.M. Sunday Morning Worship 9:30A.M. Morning Worship -10:55 A. M. Wed., Family Night 7 P.M. Dea. John C Lovett, Chairman Board Of Deacons Sl1tlday Bible Class ............... 9 :15A.M. Morning Worship ................. 10:30A.M. Evening Bible Class .............. 5:00 P.M. Evening Worship ........... ........ 6:00 P.M. Wednesday Night Class ...... .7:00 P M Personal Work: 1st Sat ..... 10-12 Noon ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E 25th Avennue,Tampa, FL (Comer Of 34th St. & 25th Ave. ) Phone : (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax : 242-8076 Careline: 248 -HE LP Bishop Eddie Newkirk, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday: 8 : 00 A. M. Spiritual Enrichment 9:45A.M. Sunday School I Orientation 1 0:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) Tuesday: 12 :00 Noon Intercessory Prayer w/Bible Study Wednesday: 5 :30P.M. Free Tutorial 6 :45P.M. Adult &Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjministries@ aol.com Mission Statement: ':4 Church of the inner city reachingout to the community by ministering to the whole man Outreach Ministry: NOAH COMMUNITY, INCJ HOUSE OF LYDIA BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK And PASTOR AUDREY NEWKIRK MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue (Comer of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) . . P.O. Box 4724 Tampa Dr C.T. Kirkland, Pastor: 111:'(813)253-5714 Fax (8 13) . E-:m aii: .MtPieasantMB @aol.com ... .. REV. DELORES CAIN, Pastor Sunday Morning Worship Service 8:00 A. M. Bible Study Tuesday 7:00P.M. New Mt Silla M B. Church 5702 E. 32nd Ave. Tampa, FL 33619 Weekly Services: Sunday School *9:30A.M Sun. Morning Worship* 11 A.M. Wed. Night: Youth Prayer Service And Bible Study Thurs. Night: Prayer Service And Bible Study Saving The Sinners And Educating The Believers " / Can Do All Things Through C hrist Who Strengthens Me."-Phil. 4 :13 College Hill Church Of God In Christ 6414 North 30th Street 813-239-3161 People Of Faith Committed To Spiritual G r owth And Sharing God s Love Worship Opportunities Morning Worship 11:00 A M YPWW-6:00 P M Evening Worship. 7 :00P. M TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7:00P. M RE-BIRTH MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 1924 East Coma nche Ave. Tampa, FL 3361 0 (813) 238-8911 Welcomes You To An Exciting Place To Worship Electrifying Praise, Pow e rful ; Teaching & ..... ',..; Morning Bible Study ......... 9 A M Morning Worship Worship ... 10:15 A.M. 0 N Evening Worship ....................... s P.M. 0 Wednesday CD Morning Bible Study . ...... ..... 10 A M Evening Bible Study ........ ............ ? P.M. r-0 :::c c )> en m z :::! z m r-1 aJ c: r r-z "0 c: aJ r-u; :::J: m c m < m :::c -< -f c: m en c )> z c :::c c Devotiqn By Praise Team . 10 M. EA' RLY MORNINCfWbRsBIPAT :' : Momiil!f '-PAsToR zAcHERY And SUNDAY SCHOOL 9 :30 . : ., _. .[ r H u o _so_ N____. MORNING WORSHIP.; 11 A. M. .. 1ST SUNDAYS .. 5 PM Family Series Hour (B T. u ) 6 PM Lord s Supper (Communion) : TUESDAYs 6 PM Prayer Service 7 PM General Bible Study 7 PM -Bible Study TAPE MINISTRY Order .on Line At Web Site Or Call Church .WEB SITE : MtPieas a ntMBChurch org Sabbath day by holy. Six days you shall labor and do all your work, but the seventh day is a Sabbath to the . On it you shall not do any work, neithe f'Yf1V..f' O{.your son or daught er, nor your manservant or maid servant nor anin7a ls nor the a lien within . For in six days the LORD made the heaven$ the sea, and all that is in th em, but he .,.ested on the seventh day. Therefore the LORD blessed th e Sabbath day arid made it holy . ; Exodus 20:8-:11 NIV

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> a: ::) a: D w u.. c a: u.. c a: LL c z <( ?i. c en w w .>. w CW :::1: en ::J D ::) a. z i= w ...J ...J ::) D ..:. w z w en -<(c a: 0 ...J LL Specializing In All The Latest Styles. Also Press-N-Curl PARTICIPATING SALONp FROM ALL OVER FLORIDA Platinum Plus Beauty Studio-Tampal TST Hair Salon-Orlando! Tarina's Hair Design-Jacksonville! Turnin HeadsTampa Michelle Allen (Formally Panache) -Tampa Kristyle's KreationsTampa Caroline's Hair Design-Tampa Salon Rochelle's Hair StudioTampa Salon ShemTampa Exotic EleganceTampa Michelle Walker-Jacksonville! Beautiful BeginningsTampa Exclusive ImageTampa I 1(-,t.!.lttl Tampa Bay Beauty Institute Tampa Bene's International School of Beauty. New Port Richie Shear Excellence Beauty School -Tampa co w 0 Tickets 25.00 in advance 30.00 at the door More info. Call or Feb. 16th No School, it's President's Day. Titans FCAT is almost here. Listed below are some important date's to remember: FCAT Reading Freshmen & Sophomores -March lOth FCAT Science -Juniors -March lOth FCAT Math -Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors who have not yet passed -March 11th FCAT Reading -Juniors and Seniors who have not yet passed -March 12th If you have a creative poem, short story, photos, and any original pieces of at work please see Ms. Zentmeyer in room N-2 to have your work published in Tech's literary magazine, "The Muse" Need help with financial aid forms? Listed below are some places to go that may be near you. Feb. 21: 1-5 p. m., HOPE Center, 4902 N. 22nd St. Feb. 22: 2-5 p. m., Brooks Debartolo School, 11602 N 15th St. Feb .. 22: 2-5 p . m., Middleton H.S., 4801 N. 22nd St. Feb. 22: 2-5 p. m., Pierce Middle School, 5511 N. Hesperides St. Feb. 22: 2-5 p. m., East Bay H. S., 7710 Big Bend Rd. IS STILL OPEN!! (813) 248 WALK-INS BOOTH SPACE AVAILABLE For Professional Beautician I Hairstylists Inquire by phone or email: 813-248-3737 or 813 -390-1514 or 813-247-2801 stjministries@aol.com Sports Congratulations to the girls JV basketball team for being undefeated two years in a row. Titans vs. Freedom (base ball) 7 p. m. at Tech. Birthday shouts Happy birthday wishes go out to: 217 -Mercedes Wells, 2/13 -Kiante Campbell, 2/15 -"Smiley", 2/18 -Brinna Marchman, 2/18 -Quennel Fransis and 2/28 Tia Shaw. Reminder As a reminder Vet Lab is still accepting animal supply donations. Smooches to My Sentinel family, Mommy, Brian, Jazmin, Smiley, Ms. Johnetta Mrs. Gloria (the cake lady), Jerome, Delono, Kelis, Brandi, Kiante, Nirmin, Quil, and Tiara. Until next time my fellow Titans I promise to keep it sweet and sincere. If there are any. questions or comments feel free to email me at kaysell21@yahoo.com Applications Being Accepted For Judicial Vacancies The Thirteenth Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission is currently accepting applications to fill two judicial positions. One vacancy is on the Circuit Court and the second is County: Court Attorneys-wishing to apply for the positions must be residents of Hillsborough County, registered voters, and members ofThe Florida Bar for the past five years. -The deadline to apply for the position vacated by Judge Marva L. Crenshaw, who was appointed to the Second District Court of Appeal, is by 5 p. m:, on : J\';J:iday .. -February 27th. A J v also created in" \ F :tfiei ,. y 'Thirteenth Circuit-C6urf: with the resignation of Judge Charlotte Anderson. An. application be submitted by 5 p.m., on Monday, March 2nd. Completed applfcations for either position must be submitted to Judge William J. Schinfino, Jr., Chairman of the 13.th Circuit Judicial Nominating, Commission, by the deadline The commission will submit a slate of nominees for the vacant judgeship to Gov. Charlie Crist during the first week of April 6, 2009.

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Column February Celebrants F ebruary s flower is the V iole t and the birthstone is the Amethys t Happy birthday to: Stephanie Davis, Sandra Bailey, Carolyn Griffen, Keith Harris, Ulysses McMillian, Mrs. Jessie Brower (Plant City) and Sharen Allen. Mrs. Ola Johnson cele brates h e r special day t oday. H appy birthday wishes are sent to: Mrs. Terry Parker-Roe. February 13th is the blessed day. The 29th Street Church Chris t Min. Harold Rodriguez and memi.Jer s exten d birthda y greetings to: Sylvia Tillman, Cora Monroe, Josephine Green, Luquen Bailey, Peggy Henderson, Vaneka Green, .Selinda Maxfield, Stephanie Henderson, Ella Churchill and Breanna Thomas. Belated Birthdays Happy belate d birthday w i s hes are extended to: Sheila Rose, Frederick Jordan and Archie Reese. A happy belated birthday wish goes out to Ms. Jazma Bumphus, Feb. 3rd was the happy day. This wi s h comes from fami ly fri ends and co-work e r s. Rev. Thomas Heyward, Interim Pastor and members of St. Josep h M B. Church send birthday greetings to: Sherry Pittman (2/8 ) and Travis Hill (2120). Anniversary Celebrants Happy 33rd anniversary to Mr. and Mrs. Cecil George Woodwise. God truly blessed their 33year m arriage C o ngratulations from your f amily and friends. Happy anniversary wishes are also extende d to: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Richardson, and Mrs. a n d Mrs. George (Margaret) Griffen. Sick And Shut-Ins Let us keep the sick and shut-ins in our daily p rayer s that the y will get Attention You And You And You Please Join Us For vore The 2nd Annual Black Diamond Award Ceremony This will be a marvelous academy award type presentation with entertainment Presented QY' The Mount Pleasant F amily School and Church Call (813) 253-0053 for information voting ballots or tickets. Vote online at www.mpmiddleschool.net Ballots can be picked up at various businesses Tickets-$15.00 stronge r each and e v ery day: Daryle Parker, Tonya Simmons, Lucille Moore, Beulah Coles, Earl Williams, James Wiggs, Arthur Morris, Johnnie Richmond, Mrs. Lillie C. Bryant, Mrs. Arlean Evans, Thomas Lake, Mary H. Ford, Willie Ed Chaney, Lauren Jordan and Ray Barone. Also in need of praye r are: Samuel Sheppard, Sister Bert Graham, Kena Salsburg. Brother Wilbert and Sister Elaine Johnson, Sister Vickie Wallace and Sister Sylvia Royal. Sympathy Condolenc e s are extended to the Danzey and Sanders family, in the loss of their loved one, Mr. Marion W. Danzey "Mad Dog," who was funeralized S aturday, F ebruary 7 2009 Sympathy i s a l s o sent to t h e family and friends of Mr. Waymon Rose, who was funeralized Saturday, February 7, 2009 Special Visit Dr. Kendra McCoy of Washing t o n DC, visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy McCoy; a n d her aunt, Bettie, during the S u per Bowl week Kendra san g in t h e choi r t h a t accompanie d Bruce Springsteen a t the S uper Bowl 2nd Annual Lupus Walk The 2nd Annual Lupus Walk wi ll be h eld Saturday, June 6, 2 009 from 9 a m -noon at Tropicana Field (home of the Tampa Bay Ray s ) For more information, contact, Michelle Morales at ( 7 2 7 ) 742-8005 or visit the website www.lupus florida. org. Free Classes Free Exercise and Nutrition Classes are being offere d on Wednesday s from 6-7 p. m a t Winston Park, 7605 D estin Drive, Greater Palm River Point. The classes will provide information to help reduce the ris k of obesity, diabete s and asthma. They will al so provide exercise options and h ealthy cooking options. For more info, call Liz Gutierrez at (813) 628-9539. My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry Inmates can reques t a FREE Bible and greeting cards by writing to: My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry "T1 :IJ c P. 0. B ox 4 618, Tampa, F L 33677 4618 ;H Please note that som e aJ institutions will n o t accep t Bible s from outside if t h ey )> are not rece i ved from the publi sher o r i f Bible s are ...... furnished through t h e insti -5-l tute's c hapel. Progress Village Family And Friends Reunion Cruise Cabins a r e limited, s o c a ll soon! For information about the cruise scheduled for June 11-14, 2009, c all Debora Barr Howard ( 813 ) 417-6654. Thought For Today "Plant a seed of friendship, r eap a bouquet of happiness." F. Y.I. Let us keep President Barack Obama and h i s famil y in our daily prayers a s he tries to bring change for everyone. I\) 0 0 CD Remember our serv ice m e n and wome n who put ;!:! thei r lives on the line daily 0 Remember the helpers i n :IJ the kitchen: Thelma, (813 ) 671-3614, Family Deli, en (813 ) 671 1541 or H 0 P., m (8 13 ) 2 38-5 2 21. Call your news in to z Iradean London-Biggs at m (813 ) 677 -6071. Be blessed! Yes We Can! c: r r cclc FREEMORTGAGEDELINQUENCY 'irte+s' FOREaOSUREPREVENTION CLIIVIC OFT.AJ'v1f1\.lf\C. m -f z "'0 c aJ !: (/) HEW TIJESDAYS FROM 6-7pm. at . Chloe Coney Urban Enterprtse Center 1907 E. Hillsborough Ave. Talnpa, FL 33610 .. .. . .. mort g(lg e ... e v aluate y()ur ..... .. . pla n . '. -:. . . : .. . A ll current bills 11? subttil.t . CHAaYtlltO MlMtt stop :foredosure. ::::.::::.: No rice s fl:on1lender Let te r of explanation for d e l inquen.cy R ecent p a ycheck stub or o t her proof of i.nc 01ne. CALL FOR AVAILABILITY Elsa Suarez, Homeowners hip Ce nte r (813) 231-4362 ext. 308 e lsa. s uarez(q}cdcoftan1pa. org :I: m C m < m :IJ -< -f c m (/) c )> z c "T1 :IJ c m CD I tD

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m Social Event cvi ,... > a: <( :::::> a: III w LL LL c a: LL c a: LL c z o<( c (J) w :::::> 1-> a: w > w c w J: (J) ::::i m :::::> a. z i= w ..J ..J :::::> m I ..J w z i= z w 0 C a: 0 ..J LL m I 0 _,... w if Elegance Of Ebonv Fashion Fair lingers Even after the 12 popular models have left this city, those who witnessed their gracefulness on stage are still in awe. The ever-popular Ebony Fashion Fair made its stop in Tampa January 25th at the sold-out Tampa Theatre. Its theme was "The Runway Report: What's Hip, What's Hot, What's Now." Those in attendance saw some of the latest fashions from world-renown designers. Derrick Brooks Charities hosted the event. Jada Collins was the fashion show commentator. Proceeds from the show benefit the youth auxiliary of the charity. Luvator Nelson is president. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Tresa Boykin, Steve Williams, Ebony Fashion Fair Manager, Rosalie Jones and Luvator H. Nelson. Mother and daughter, Jessica and Felecia Clarke enjoyed the fashion show. Chairlady of the Ebony Fashion Show, Lisa Garner and co-chair, Ruby French. Ebony Fashion Fair commentator, Jada Collins has Tampa ties. She's the wife of Tampa's gospel musician, Ernest Collins. Guests included, Reverend Gerald and Evangelist Ann Sankey-White and Marvin Knight. Miss Tampa Bay Youth Queens are: Lyrik Courtney, Kanika Philon, and Arsonna Wiggins. (left) Derrick Brooks, right, assisted Darrell Daniels with the door prize give-a-ways. Among those who made up the sold-out audience at the Tampa Theatre were Karley Wright, Anitra Wiggins, ora Anitra Wiggins, and Janice Felecia Clarke, all of whom are members of the Rites of Passage."

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Local Facade Program Targets Commercial, Retail Businesses During Tuesday night's Coney said although com-Coney said each applicant (RFP) will be coming out in tact Ernest Coney by com-East Tampa Community mercia! and retail properties who is approved will get a March. We would love to have ing to the Economic Revitalization Partnership have been targeted, on spe-grant of $50,000 that will an East Tampa agency facili-Development Sub-Committee "T1 :::XI 6 "T1 m tD :::XI c: )> :::XI -< meeting, Economic Develop-cial cases it will stretch to have to be matched with an tate the program citywide. meeting. at the Suncoast ment Committee Chairman, some residential sectors. additional $50,000 from the Each applicant can also select Credit Union, 1920 East Ernest Coney, talked about "Anything dealing with the applicant. their own certified contractor Hillsborough, at 2 p.m. on the the East Tampa FaAade front of business to make it Applications for the Facade or we can provide them a list last Monday of the month. Program. more appealing to include Program can be obtained of certified contractors." Ernest Coney can also be The program is only for landscaping and rehabilita-The target areas for the contacted at (813) 231-4362. East Tampa and will be fund-tion. Additional services like through the city's Economic program are 15th Street, Reporter Leon B. Crews ed with $800,000 from Tax roof or structural repairs and and Urban Development 22nd Street, 29th Street, and can be contacted at (813) Increment Finance (TIF) dol-parking lot development can Department. 34th Street. 248-0724, or e-mailed at ______ ____ ____ $118 price includes basic installation labor only. Requires purchase of refundable in-home measurement fee and three or more blinds/shades from Lowe's. Additional charges may apply. Offer limited to single-family homes. See store for 2" x 4" x 96" Top Choice Kiln-Dried Whitewood Stud #7001 5 + 2 Day Programmable Thermostat #39500 : , N '' :'', /'i-,,, '' ...... z; SPECIAL VALUE! now $188 1211 X 1211 Multicolored Slate Tile Gauged for easy installation #131691 with the purchase of $400 of any in-stock Owens Corning insulation. Via mail-in rebate. Offer valid 2/12/09-2/16/09. See store for details. / now j: .. llu:W:_::: -u.L'. 1\1\ \ j' : i.l . $98 was ': . $108: ....... ........................ $89 ... was $108 l .' ft. \. 8' Fiberglass/ .._J. ... Stepladder f . 1l :. .. $1897 2-pack Micro Allergen Extra Reduction Filter Sizes vary by market. Windemere"' Oil-Rubbed Bronze Bath Faucet #290863 lb. load . : capacity #98195 VOURCHOICE SPECMALVAWE! now each Bright White or Daylight 4-Pack 60-Watt Equivalent CFL Light Bulbs #77180;79261 clearance 5oo/o SEASONAL off HEATING : Apples to portable electric heaters, portable construction healers. kerosene heaters and accessories, and mantels, fireplace acet!Ssories, fireplace mailtenance, gas logs, al stoves Clld mtfree gas space heilting. Starts 2/12109. Oiscolllttaken at registe-. Wille supples last. Selection may vary by store. See store for details. For the Lowels nearest you, call 1-800-993-4416 or visit us online at lowes.com Prices may vary alter 2/16/09 if the-e are IT'Ialflet variatims. "Wa1' prices in this advertisement we-e in effect on 2/5109, and may vary based on Lowe' s Everyday Low Price policy. +$139 entire house carpet in5ta0ation only includes labor for installation of both Ca!Jlet and from Lowe's. Offer is limaed to silgle-family residential homes. Additional charges may appy, as offer does not include any cuslomization, or any other q>tionallabor such as removal. haul-away, or moving of lumihn. Multifamiy and commen:ial properties Wll be pnced I1J quote only. Offer not valid on prior purchases, and may no1 be available in your area. See store for additional irlormation and listing of all available carpet. Offer vafld unta 4/5109. See store for details. We reserve the right to firrit qu(Jltities. While Lowe's strives to be 3CCU'ate, unintentional e11'011l may OCCLJ. We reserve the right to correct any error. Prices and promotions apply to US locations only. 2009 by Lowe's"'. All rights reserved. Lowe's and the gable designare registered trademarks of Lf. LLC. (090291) 001/0902911017,021 ' .. ., ., .. .. N 0 0 z 0 "T1 :::XI 6 < ...... ...... I m

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Social Event 'Puttin' On RiU' Is Popular Holidav Event The Hillsborough County Chapter of Charmettes, Inc. is the sponsor of the annual holiday event, 'Puttin' On The Ritz.' The event is held each year just as the old year is leaving and the New Year is approaching at the popular West Tampa Convention Center. (Photos by Julia Jackson) 15"&16"-$795 17" -19-$895 : 20" $1095 22" $l695 24" 2695 OtovCIV\. "-G 20" $1395 22" $1995 24" $2795 . vv.;.,,,,_, 26" $3995 $5995 30" ,;, $9995 :: .:. 9370 N. FLORIDA AVE ... { TAMPA,FL OPEN MON.-SAT. 9-6 Charmer Robert and Charmette Doris Scott enjoyed the holiday event. Mrs. Ozepher H. Wilds was one of the guests at the holiday event hosted by the Charmettes. ''CALL . Malcolm was one of the guests at the Charmettes' Puttin' On The Ritz' at the West Tampa Convention Center. Subscribe Today! '"' 4J Or Email: callrickywilliams@gmail.com RICKY E. Available 24 Hrs./Day FREE Consultation WILLIAMS :l] 0 m m :l] c: l> ::0 < ...... c,.) 1\) 0 0 tO .. ., m ...... m

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m Entertainment M' ...... > a: <( :::J a: m w LL. C a: LL. 0 a: LL. 0 z <( > : C en w :::J 1-> a:. w > W < 0 w ::z:: en :J m :::J Q. z i= w ..J ...J :::J m ..J w z i= z w en a: 0 ...J LL. 50 Cent savs "ick Ross Beet Will Onlv 'Get Worse LLCooiJ Eve Roles In 'NCIS' SpinoU so CENT The second release date 50 Cent had chosen for Before I Self Destruct -February 3 -has come and gone. Fif said he doesn't have a new date for his album yet, but he's just about done and lS mixing songs for the LP. "Crack a Bottle," featuring Eminem and Dr. Dre (which has been blowing up, especially in California) will be on Self Destruct. 50 said there are pla-ns to shoot an:,..a:pi):nated video for it, as vle1l a s a liveaction clip fdr 71 Ge t It In." But the real headline hog for 50 has been his beef with Rick Ross. There's no stopping the runaway freight train that is the 50/Ross back-and-forth.' After a few days in Venezuela, 50 Cent promised MTV News that he's going to turn the heat up on his new rivalry. "It's interesting. It'll get said 50, sitting with Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo and DJ Whoo Kid. On Thursday, a Web site called Officer Ricky. com was launched. The site features T-shirts for sale and several Photoshopped pictures of Rick Ross as a police officer. The G-Unit general has not taken responsibility for the site. Ross released a video called "Gang Related" on Thursday, in which he pours out Formula 50 Vitamin .Water, much like someone would do when they are paying homage to a dead homie. "He depreciates the value of Dr. Dre's production," Ross told radio statjon 95.7 the Beat on Saturday. "He smears Dre's legacy. He hurts the anticipation of Detox by Dre giving this artist beats that can't rap. "I don't get sidelined with monkey talk," he continued. "That's my response: a #1 hit. LLCOOLJ LOS ANGELES--LL Cool J are in talks to star in CBS' "NCIS" spinoff. The pilot for an offshoot from the hit police procedural series will air as an episode of "NCIS" this spring, just as the pilot for "NCIS" aired as an episode of"JAG." LL Cool J is eyed for the role of Sam Hannah, a former U.S. Navy Seal who is tough but charming. hi 2006, the network signed the actor-rapper to a rich development deal, which led to him starring in the 2007 CBS pilot "The Man." Actor-Comedian Faizon love Charged With Assault Game Takes Sides In 50 Cent/ Rick Ross Beef' ':Y'oti. know things aren't loo 'king. goo d w .hen your e n e iri i V i s laughing at "you., While Rick Ross conhe's not yet excited by anything 50 Cent has thrown his w ay, The Game -50 Cent's form e r P,ri>tege and const ant thorn in the s id e -sure is. The Game called Seattle's KUBE 93 on February 5, and when DJ Eddie Francis asked him what he thought about beef between 50 Cent and Rick Ross, The Game had a shocking reply. FAIZONWVE "For the first time in four BEVERLY HILLS, CA-years, I'm kind of iow.-key -Actor-comedian Faizon riding with 50 on this one," Love has been charged he said. "For the first time with felony assault for in four y ears, I'm_ siding allegedly punching a 'man with this . : outside a l!ollYw. ood The. hotel. ... are not Love was booked Ross. He laughed aboni Monday at the sheriffs sta-the most recent 5o: Gent: .. tioriin'West Hollywood video, in which 50 took ... PJipsecutors say Love mother of Ross' son shop-.. w aslo:'involve d in a verbal ping afte r she reveale d altercation outside the some personally damaging Sta ridard H ote I on Jan. 7 details about their relation-that turned violent. He is ship. accused of punching a inari .. "H e's taking baby twice momma the The district attorney's Game laug h e d. "Sh e' s tryoffice say s the 40 -yearold ing on fur c o a t s and. h e got could fac e up to four y ears in state prison. the Stevie Wonder jam in the background Love has appeared in the movies "Fr iday " Days o f Wrath and "Of Boys and M e n ." An arra ignm ent date has not b ee n s ch edule d. Jennil"r Hudson's Super Bowl National Anthem Released on ilunes Following in the footsteps of Whitney Houston, the last singer whose stirring rendition of the National Anthem at the Super Bowl turned into a radio and chart hit, Jennifer Hudson's take on "The Star-Spangled Banner" has been issued as a single Hudson's label announced that the emotionally rich recording went on sale on iTunes on Tuesday and that a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the HudsonKing Foundation, which cares for the needs of fami lies who have lost relatives to violent crime. That foun-JENNIFER HUDSON dation was set up following the tragic slayings of Hudson's mother, brother and nephew in October and its name honors her mother, Darnell Hudson, and seven-year-old nephew Julian King. Original Village People Member su_es Group SAN DIEGO --The Village People's first cop wants a revamped version of the group to stop using his likeness and voice. The lawsuit filed last week in San Diego by Victor Willis claims companies continue to use his voice and picture to promote the new Village People. He is seeking at least $1 million and a judge's order that they can no longer use his image or voice. Willis was the original polic e officer in the group and helped pen the Village People's g reatest hits, including "Y.M.C. A and "Macho Man." He is suing Sixuvus Ltd., a New York company that promotes th'e new Village VICI'OR WILLIS People. 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Entertainment Rapper lil' Ki.m Joins 'Dancing With The Stars' LILKIM LOS ANGELES Grammy-award winning rapper Lil' Kim, Olympic gymnast Shawn Johnson and former New York Giants linebacke r Lawrence Taylor will hit the floor for Dancing With the Stars" when the show returns for an 8th season in March, ABC said on Monday. Singer and actress Lil' Kim, 33, spent a year in prison in 2005 after b eing found guilty of p e r:jury and conspiracy for lying about the involvement of her friends in a 2001 shooting in New York. Taylor, who led the New York Giants to two Super Bow I titles, has also written two books and appeared m several movies. "Dancing With the Stars" has proved a ratings smash for ABC. Its last season, which ended in September 2008, drew about 19 million vi ewers per episoci e Olvmpic Sprinter Maurice Greene swaps Spikes For Dancing Shoes MAURICE GREENE ETRALEIGH, NC Maurice Greene's powerful legs still keep him in the spotlight but his room dancing shoes, not sprinter's spikes; pay the. bills these days. The former Olympic and world champion has been traveling by bus across for the past two months entertaining audiences as part of the touring company of the popular television show Dancing Wirh Thl' Stars. The 34-year-old retired from athletics b efore the 2008 season, citing a calf injury, but he was not ready to put away his showmanship. The biggest challe nge was learning technique, Greene said Nas Confirms Kelis' PJeuOJncv, Talks New Album NAS Nas is about to be a dad agai n. It's official. The mast e rful MC told u s on the red carpet .of the Gram my Awards that he and wife Kelis are expecting their first chi ld together. The cou ple will know the baby' s sex i;i:n . of days, Last year, Na:s and Kelis . sho"tet;i up. tq the Grammys .. the .red: carpet wearing: t h e clo thing etnbla -. zoned With the N WQrd, which Nas planned to make the name of his album. You already. know about the con troversy, the protest, the title change, the #l chart d ebut and the critical praise. I A year later, Nas' untitle d LP was up for Best Rap Album. He says h e has another project in the cook et. This one will be a joint e ffo r t N o r e l ease date yet, but the rhyme legend i s lookin g tentatively at this spring. The Queen Will Reign On Oscar Night QUEEN LATIFAH LOS ANGELES Queen Latifah is making a return performance at this year's Academy Awards. I can exclusively r eveal that Queen has s i gned on to sing I'll Be See ing You," during the awards show's annual "In Memoriam" montage, paying tribute to industry leaders who passed away in the last year. The Academy Awards will be telecast live on on ABC from the Ko.dak Theatre on Feb. 22. Nick cannon To Host 'America's Got Talent' N EW YORK America's got Nick Cannon as the new host o f "Americ a's Got Tal ent. The musician, comedian, actor and producer will pre!;ide over the NBC talent competition series when it returns for a fourth season this summer, the network announced Monday. This variety show is the first of "multiple projects we are looking to do with Nick at NBC," said network chief Ben Silverman. Cannon takes over "America's Got Talent" from, Jerry Springer, who announced his departure last week. Auditions in several cities are scheduled in the coming weeks for the new NICK CANNON season. Sharon Osbourne, Piers Morgan and David Hasselhoff will remain as celebrity judges on the show, which is produced by FremantleMedia North America and Simon Cowell of "American Idol ." Subscribe Today! "T1 :Il c "T1 m m :Il c l> :Il -< ..... w 1\) 0 0
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0') Entertainment > a: <( :::1 a: m w LL c a: LL 50 Cent Wants An Explanation For lil wavne's Dis Track' 50 CENTvs. LIL WAYNE With all the hype around 50 Cent vs, Rick Ross, Firs blatant baiting of Lil Wayne has gotten lost in the mix. Maybe 50 will let any issues he has with Weezy die completely -that is, if Mr. Grammy Awards 2009 clearsthings record "Play This on the Radio"? Fif's first dis record directed at Lil Wayne? Fif calls Lil Wayne a "junkie" on the controversial track, before mocking both rappers for winning all the "trophies." Well, everyone in the streets was talking about how 50 might have been going after Kanye West with the opening line: "First they say, 'That hot.' Fif didn't do a very good job dismissing the innuendo when he interviewed with DJ Whoo Kid in the aftermath and jokingly questioned Kanye's sexuality. up. During a recent interC view in Vene7;uela, 50 0: Cent did some clearing up LL of his own. Remember that c Well, Fif told us he was not dissing 'Y e on the song and he has no issues with West. z < c en w :::1 .... > a: w > w c w :::z:: en :::l m :::1 a. z i= w ..J ..J :::1 m w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J LL m 0 C\1 w Cl DREW-Z'S MOVIE REVIEW The Uninvited -A teenage girl is haunted by her dead mom who thinks the nanny killed her to marry the dad. A serious twist at the end. Worth seeing. [**%] Underworld: Rise Of The Lycans -This movie traces back to the feud between the vampires and werewolves. Good special effects. If you like blood and guts, this one is for you. [**%] Paul Blart: Mall Cop-A single dad tries to make ends meet as a security guard at a NJ mall. Pass on this one. [**] Taken-A retired CIA operative's daughter is kidnapped (taken). You can't miss this one. Action-packed. [****] Notorious -A hip-hop movie about the life and times of rapper Biggie Smalls. [**%] Marley & Me -ThiS-movie is about a family and an out of control dog. Surprisingly very good. A d_efinite tear-jerker. [****] Gran Torino-Clint EastWood plays a prejudice Vietnam vet who is forced to change his ways. Pretty good. [***] The Unborn ...: A young woman cursed by her unborn twin. Had the potential to be scarier, but fell short. [**% l Yes Man -Jim Carrey stars in this light comedy about a guy who loves to use the word "No." Enjoyed it! [**1 The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button -Brad Pitt (Best Actor) and Taraji Henson (Supporting) should get an Oscar for their roles. Very good movie, different, but a little too long. (2 hrs. 47 min.) [****] Slumdog Millionaire-Worth See1ng! Golden Globe Winner (Best Picture) [***%] Valkyrie -Based on a true story, Tom Cruise is a Nazi colonel who launches an attempt on Hitler's life. Enjoyed it! [***%] _Bedtime Stories -Adam Sandier is a hotel handyman who realizes that the bedtime stories he tells his sister's kids are coming true. Kids Loved it! [***] 0 Seven Pounds -Will Smith stars in this intense drama about an IRS agent with serious secrets. A definite tear-jerker. [***%] The Day The Earth Stood Still-This remake was a dud. Accidentally fell asleep on this one. Disappointed. [**] Four Christmases -Pretty good comedy starring Reese Witherspoon and Vaugtin. .. . . . : .. .. . . Cai:illtac 'Recofdsf-,_ A must:.See movie aoout a redird Jafiel' .. wno introduced Etta James, Little Walter and Chuck Berry to the world. [**"] Transporter 3 -Action-packed movie starring Jason Statham. Worth Seeing! [j ;, Twilight -A gentleman vampire falls in love with the new girl in town .. A love story! No. 1 movie at boxoffice -$70.4M. Pretty good movie minus the a dog (John Travolta) who thinks has superpowers: The obsessed hamster {John Walton) saved this movie. The kidsloved _itl L*d . .... .. , . sufferd: a broken arm and 2 stuntmen die&Jilm_ing Rollereoaster 9f action. No. 1 at box .. ... M >, .-., .... -:. . M_odef.; with too much profanity. Not for kids 2 Africa. -Ail average 'animation for kids. I usually like these types :9.f woyies,'but this one moved too slow. No action! [**] RocknRol/a ::.: 'tfiis crinie caper starts out slow but picks up in the end. [** %] . .. Fireproof-A heroic fireman. in a failing marriage takes up his father's challenge to be part of a 40-day commitment to save his marriage. Must-see for married couples. [****] RATINGS **** Very Good I *** Good I ** Average I Wait For Video 50 Cent Takes Aim At Kanve West so CENT vs. KANYE WEST 50 Cent recently sat down with MTV News and denied that he was referring to Kanye West when he dropped the other Fbomb on the song "Play This on the Radio." 50 does admit to making fun of Kanye's new haircut and old footage of West that appeared on the Internet recently, in which Kanye said he picks up fashion inspiration from gay men as well as the Japanese culture. During the conversation, 50 offered a feigned apology for hurting Kanye's feelings (West has said in the past that 50's insults are like "being spit on") and further mocked his fashion. "I'm still a Kanye West fan," 50 said. "This last album was interesting. It wasn't what I expected. I expected rap from a rapper. I knew I was gonna hear heartfelt losses, 'cause he lost his mom. He had a difficult time period. Even with things being at the height of his career, it was difficult for him. You can't get me to say anything bad about Kanye West, 'cause I like his music. But there's moments where he says things that make me go, 'Wow! This is over the top.' I actually enjoy it, because I say [to the fans], 'See? You're stuck with that. When I'm not around, you're gonna have a mullet. Grow a mullet.' "The \hice 4 Our Communin .'>'peaking for ltseu (813) 248-1921 Rihanna Delavs Malavsia Show After Alleged Attack KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia --Pop superstar Rihanna has postponed a concert in Malaysia this week, organizers said Tuesday, following reports that she accused her longtime boyfriend Chris Brown of assault. Rihanna had been slated to visit Indonesia and Malaysia on her "Good Girl Gone Bad" tour. Her planned stop in Kuala Lumpur drew publicity after organizers said she would shun skimpy outfits to conform with Muslim-majority Malaysia's strict rules on performers' dress. The Los Angeles Times, citing law enforcement officials familiar with the case and other sources it did not name, reported that Rihanna told police that Brown had hurt her the night before the Grammy Awards. Rihanna Cooperates In Brown Investigation Rihanna is reportedly cooperating with police in the investigation into the incident on Sunday morning that resulted in boyfriend Chris Brown's arrest for RIHANNA making criminal threats. TMZ reported that Rihanna initially refused treatment at the scene, but allowed police to take photos of her injuries before being transported to the hospital. The Los Angeles Police Department, citing rules to protect the victims of domestic violence, would not confirm that Rihanna was the victim in' the case. Brown reportedly fled the scene of the incident on foot with the keys to the rented silver Lamborghini the cou ple was driving in following the alleged attack, leaving Rihanna "beaten really badly and hysterical" by the side of the road, a source told E! Online. Wriglev suspends Chris Brown Commerical LOS ANGELES -Chewing gum makers Wri'gley on Monday suspended a commercial featuring Chris Brown after the popular R&B singer was arrested on suspicion of attacking a woman widely reported to be his singer girlfriend Rihanna. Wrigley said in a statement it was "concerned by the serious allegations" made against Brown, who was booked by police on suspicion of making a felony criminal threat. The company said that while Brown shouhi:.:be afforded due legal process "we made the decisiQn to suspend the current advertising featuring Brown ... until the matter is resolved." Brown, who was competing against Rihanna in a Grammy category, was a spokesman for Doublemint gum and his hit song "Forever" was part of that advertising campaign. Brown is also a pitchman for the long-running Got Milk? campaign, in which celebrities are photographed with a milk mustache. The Milk Processor Education Program said his participation was scheduled to end CHRIS BROWN this week, as plaimed. Chris Brown's Squeaky Clean Image Falters LOS :SroW'h would have, been better off getting caught with a bong. At lefist then, the scandal enveloping_ his white-hot career could have been dismissed by' some a:s a youthful indiscretion. But Brown's _arrest in connection with an alleged assault of a woman has potentially devastating implications for the 19-yearold heartthrob because it unravels the charming, wholesome image that fans know and love. As for Rihanna, she will likely emerge from the incident with more fans, and sympathy, Ford said.

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Make sure to back up z Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) everything on your computer, too. i= Something you were worriec Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -It' s W about proves to be untrue. Thi s is usually good to talk things over. ::j sort of embarra ssing, if you were There are occasions, however, ::J t a ken in. Don't dwell too much on wh e n it's better to s t a y quiet. '9 the negative. Be thankful another Postpone a discussi on about ...J fear has been qued. finances for now Concentrate on Aries (March 19) doing your job i= Your forward progress is temScorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -z porarily halted i Make adaptations Someone you know has very W to your plans, qutting costs and stro ng opinion s with which you CJ) increasing profits. Cut th e frills. don't agree You don't need to < Get serio u s and prosper. m e ntion th at aga in. Thi s jerk i s 9 Taurus (April 20-May 20) If obvio usly not listening. H e or she at first you don' t succeed, wait a is too busy shouting Stay cool. ...J little while longer. Conditions are Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) lL changing in your favor. You It's fun to speculate, but don't should be able to tell when this make a big inve stmen t in some happens. The whole world will thing that hasn't been proven yet. get brighter . . . Sure, it would be nice if it works, Gemini 21) but. you'd-better m a k e sure it Proc .eed doe s before you put your money longer Olear your desk before there . you begin a new project or Caprlcorn. (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) adventure. 'f you don:t, you'll -It's hard for you to say no to have an awful mess to deal with just about anything your love c when you get back. ones w a nt. Don't let them u se Cancer (June 22-July 22) -your generosity against you. Jot down a few noteS about being Inste a d of paying for everything, frugal to include in the book t eac h the m how to do busine ss. ALL MY CHILDREN: While arguing wi t h Zach, Kendall lost control of the car and sent Greenlee's motorcycle crashing i nto the ravine When no sign of Greenlee was found, other than a b l oody piece of her wedding dress, she was assumed to have died. Zach took the blame for the acc id ent, but Kendall was tormented over living a lie Following her wedding to Reese, Bianca learned from Ryan about Reese's presumed involvement with Zach and handed Reese annulment papers In retalia tion, Reese told Zach he'll never have contact with Gabby Sinclair accused Annie of tampering with Greenlee's motorcycle and tried injecting her with poison, but A i dan saved Annie and S in clair got stuck with the toxin while Jesse got the proof he needed to exonerate Annie. Coming: David s threats get to Amanda. AS THE WORLD TURNS: Thanks to Josie's testimony on his behalf, Paul got a suspended sentence for kidnapping Eliza. Paul tried giving Meg all of his assets, but she refused anything from him and told him he'll never hold the baby again Josie realized there's no place for her in Paul and Dusty's ongoing battle Lily and Henry helped Carly outfox Craig by bringing in an investor, who told Craig he wants Carly in charge of the project. Katie concealed her fertility treat ments from Brad, asking the doctor to lie for her. Luke went against Noah's wishes to investigate Reg's murder and found evidence in Elwood's room pointing to someone named M, wondering if it could mean Matt. Coming: Jade doesn't get what she wants BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL: Faced with Steffy's rejection, Rick took actions to prove that he wants to be a better man, and promised Eric and Brooke that they will be proud of him. However, Ridge didn t buy Rick's vow and intended to keep him and Steffy apart for good. Brooke and Steffy feared that what Ridge might have seen could send him over the edge. Clarke, envious of Brooke's meteoric rise to success, told her the real reason why Jackie hired her. When Jackie revealed her true feelings about Katie, Nick's response was to have the wedding immediately The minister arrived with two uninvited guests who threatened to halt the nuptials Bridget's long-sup pressed rage came to the surface. Coming: Ridge is out of control, with consequences. DAYS OF OUR LIVES: Dani e l intended to tell Kat e about Chloe, but when the test results showed Kate in remission and she wanted to start anew with him, he couldn't say anything to her. As Daniel met with Chloe the super unknowingly started a gas leak outside his apartment. Daniel left Chloe alone, and Lucas, drunk over the loss of Chloe, went to Daniel's apartment just as it exploded! M e lanie told Philip she' ll ab andon h er deal with E J if he gives up Steph anie. After Stephanie broke it off with him, Philip pretended to care about Melanie, and Stephanie was heartbro ken to see them kissing Hope was suspended following the shooting. Philip overhe ard Brady and Nicole vow to keep their secret about the baby from EJ. Coming: Nicole's ruse is thr eaten ed from all sides. Sentinel's Top 1 5 Albums 1. A Different Me ....... ..... ............ ... .... .... Keyshia Cole 2. Intuition .. ..... ............ . .......... . .... ....... .... Jamie Foxx 3. I Am . Sasha Flerce ..... .. .. ........ ....... ......... Beyonce 4 808s & H eartbrea k . ................ ... . ....... Kanye West 5. The Point Of It All ................. ..... Anthony Hamilton 6. Da REAList. .. .... .... ................................. ........... Piies 7. Notorious .............................................. Soundtrack 8. Paper Traii ..... ...................................................... T.I. 9. Theater Of The Mlnd .............................. .. .. Ludacris 1 0. Freedom ..... _.; ........................................ .. .... Akon 11. Year Of The Gentleman ............................... Ne-Yo 12; Tha Carter m.: .... ................................... LII Wayne 13. The Ballads ... ..... .... ; ........ ....... . .... Carey 14. Soui .... .............. .. ............... .... ................ .. ........ Seal 15. Fearless .................................... . Jasmlne Sullivan AFTE R .AU.. THESE YEARS OF VOTING FOR OLD WHfTE GUYS :C FJNAU.. Y GOT TO VOTE FOR A SROTHA. HS: WONl GENERAL HOSPITAL: Jason rescued Sam wh il e Johnny got Maxie out safely. After a close call Jason and Sam found Spinelli, who st ill faces j ail t i me unless Anthony i s located. Sam and Lucky ended their re l atio n s h ip without any hard feelings. Kate taunted Claud i a with her knowledge of Michael's shooting and threatened to tell Sonny However, Claudia found another of Jerry 's DVDs and told Kate that Sonny might not believe her, especially since Sonny made the choice to stay married to Claudia. Rebecca accused Nikolas of stalk i ng her, but he pleaded for her to hear him out. Robin was happy holding Emma but f e lt uncomfortable when the baby started to cry. Coming: The search for Anthony heats up. GUIDING LIGHT: Coop was able to say his goodbyes to Beth Buzz, Lizzie and Frank before he was pronounced brain-dead, and Buzz turned off the machines that kept his heart pumping Beth packed her bag and walked out on Alan. Bill insist ed to Frank that Cyrus kidnapped him and told the same to Phillip, asking for his help to protect Lizzie. After Alan denied any involvement in Coop's death, Phillip told his l awyer he's ready to cooperate but wants something in return. As Alan griped about his family always being blamed, Phillip and a police escort arrived at his door Mallet reached out to two more adoption agencies and was turned down by both. Reva prepared for her final chemotherapy session Coming: Alan's power may be a thing of the past. ONE LIFE TO LIVE: Afte r Antonio and Talia brok e up a fight between Todd and Wes a drunk en Marty went back to Wes s room with h im on l y to wake up next to Wes s bloody corpse. To get Todd off the suspect list B l air had to admit she spent the night at Todd' s Jealous of John's con cern and maybe more for Marty, Blair called the cops, and Marty was arrested after her fingerprints were found on the murder weapon. Meanwhile, Brody admitted to Jessica that h e wasn't in his bed last nigh t but she assured him that h e didn't kill Wes Dorian admitted to David she marr i ed him because he's a Buchanan but he rose to his destiny and orde r ed the Buchanans out of the mansion, paying back his family for the way they treated him. Ray escaped from prison and went to see Vanessa. Coming: The Buchanans fight back. .. YOUNG AND RESTLESS: Chloe gave birth to baby Cordelia in the cabin but suffered a health cr i s i s afterward. In the hospital, Billy heard Chloe admit to Cane that Cane i sn t the baby s fath e r and stated that he (Billy ) i s A furious Cane vowed that no one will take his daughter from him, and signed his name on the b i rt h certificate. Afte r Ashl ey ac cepted Victor's offer to take Brad's seat on the Newman board of directors, Colleen ann ounc ed that sh e will fill th a t position. With Yolanda 's parental rights over Ana terminated, Karen wanted to adopt Ana right away, but Tyra revealing her feelings for Ne i l told him she's going to adopt Ana herself then made plans to flee. Sharon and Billy got drun k and ended up sleep ing tog e ther. Coming: Kay' s mem ory flash heats up the d e bate over h e r identity. Sentinel's Top 1 2 Singles 1. Single Ladies (Put A Ring On lt) .. ....... .... Beyonce 2. She Got Her Own . .... ...... Ne-Yo Ja_ .,Je Foxx & Fabolous 3. Diva ................... .. .......... .. ....... ...... : ... :: :.e eyonce 4. Heartless. n .................. .... ........... ... ... ... Kanye West 5. Pop Champagne ............ Jim Jones & Ron Brciwz Featuring Juelz Santana 6. Blame lt ..................... Jamle Foxx Featuring T-Paln 7. Tumin Me On ...... Kerl Hilson Featuring Lll Wayne 8. Just Like Me ................. Jamie Foxx Featuring T I. 9. Uve Your Life ............ ......... T.I. Featuring Rihanna 10. Rockin' That Thang ............ ..... ....... ... ... The-Dream 11. 'N' Skrewed ............ T Pain Featuring Ludacrls 12. Trading Places ......................................... : .. usher

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Polk County News POLK COUNTY NEWS By SANDRA JACKSON Rhema Family Fellowship Church was the place. to be Sunday, January 25, 2009. Artists near and far were giving back to the Lord, all their gifts and talents. These talents ranged from singing and spiritual dance to spoken word and instrumentals. Hosted by Linda Roberts and Sandra Jackson, both of Lake land, this was an event you shouldn't have missed! This new television show will be taped the fourth Sunday of each month, 5 p. m at the Rhema Family Fellowship Church, H. B. Holmes, Pastor. Firs t on the program was Ray Driver. He is pursuing a music degree from USF in Tampa. He favored the audience with a solo selection of, "Let Go And Let God." Not only did he sing with the anointing of God, but he also masterfully played the key board. Next on the program was a young artist by the name. of Yuriah. Yuriah performed a spiritual dance to the song, "Le t Go And Let God." Next, w e had Ashley Troutman-Poet. This USF graduate in Marketing surely made a swift connection with the crowd. His poetry was not only entertaining but quite philosophica'l as well. He also spoke in depth of his g reat love for his belated sister who had struggled with drugs. Ashley also has a book of poetry called, "Black Mike Jackson, Jr. was next in line. This 2 5-year old USF student got everyone involved by h aving them participate in his song/rap "Keep on Pushing." Giving It Back At Rhema There were many life lessons in this song such as, ... 'Red, yellow, blaclz, white or brown -if everybody minds their business, we can all get down .. That alone can bring peace to a chaotic world!" He even threw in a little moonwalk like Michael Jackson, which got the crowd roaring with laughter and cheers. Marianne from Miami, was next on the program. This remarkable young poet and soloist brought singing and def poetry to life. Her harmonic sorigs and poems rocked and swayed the crowd as she spoke of her quest for a mate or should I say the right and even her struggles with coming of age on the mean streets of Miami. What a powerful voice coming from Miami! estgnof Next, we were inspired by Mike Jackson, Sr. who gave us a rendition of, God Wants A Yes" on the keyboard. Everyone was encouraged to give God a ' No .loh Too Small Or Too Large 20 Years Experien("c 5 Years Established In Seminole Heights Conununit y \u\1 l.tkinJ! \ppli1aliun' I urI mplu\lncnt. llri\ cr, l.i1 ciN l<1quircd DARRYL STARKES Roofing Contractor RC00672 77 1M02 E. Mobile Avenue Tampa, FL 33610 (MU) 477-0108 Fax: (MU) 236-7325 3602 7th Avenue* Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 I Keys Made 79 And Latex Flat White Paint. ............ $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint.. ........ $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set.. ....................... $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ................................. 99 ea. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! NG PROBLEMS WITH AIR CONDITIONING HEATING SYSTEM? OFF OFF N e w System Service Call Installation 'W1W. ______________ ... 'T1 ::a c 'T1 m a:J ::a c: )> :n < ., r-0 :n en m z -f z m r;m c: r rm :j z 'lJ c: m r-c;; ::t: m 0 m < m :n < -f c: m en 0 l> z 0 'T1 :n 0 G') m 1\) Co) I m

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Family And Friends Day New Mt. Zion Mcintosh Family and Friends day will be Sunday, Feb. 15th at 11 a. m. at New Mt. Zion M. B. Church, 1321 N. Webster Ave., Lakeland. The guest speaker is Rev. Albert L. Phillips, Pastor of New Bethel M. B. Church Sarasota. The theme is: Persevering, Through the Years, on the Promises of God. he did not waver through unbelief regarding the promi.se of God, but was strengthened in his faith and gave glory to God, being fully persuaded that God had power to do what he had promised." Romans 4:20-21. New Mt. Zion extends an C open inVitation for this joyous a: event. The family with the u. most invitees will be acknowlC edged as "NMZ Family of the z Year." This chosen family will <( be awarded: The New Mt. Zion Family of c the Year trophy. 0 A free family photo (taken w immediately after the wor-1= ship service). a:> Photo and article publication in the Florida Sentinel. N ThiMs evzent is sponsored by W ew t. ion M. B. Church c Activity Committee. W Dr. J. S. Hardie, Pastor. ::J: Rose Heights #318 m Elects Officers ::l Greetings from the Rose 0. Heights #318, Lakeland, Z 33805. The 2009 Officers of ffi the well-known Elks group ...1 are: Exalted Ruler, Harlem ...1 Turner; Leading Knight, S. i6 D. McArthur; Loyal Knight, ..J Harry Bryant; Lecturing w Knight, Sam Jones; Finance z Secretary, George Griffin; i= K_eith Boyd; Z Esquue, James Hendrix; Inner Guard, Nathan Jones <( Tiler, George Sanders; a 9 Year Trustee, J. Alfred a: Williams; 2 Year Trustee 0 JAnt.bonv Matthew; I Yea; T. J. Sanders, Lee Morris and A. Ralph Laidler. "Behold. How good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity." Weekly Hello Hello to the following Sentinel readers: Mrs. Freddie Woodson-Burton, New Bethel AME; Mr. Johnny Browning, 81 years young, New Bethel AME; and Mrs. Jeanette Clemons, Tandem Nursing Rehab Center. The trio celebrated their birthdays this month. Ms. Carrie Spencer Lincoln Ave., enjoyed a most spiritual journey to India two weeks ago with her church. Pictures and a newsletter will be in the Sentinel soon. Hello, Ms. Barbara Solomon, Director. Word ID Alive-Learning Enrichment Center; Mrs. Clifford N Saunders, Elizabeth "Liz" w Rhodes, Kathy Swanson Gloria Moore, a; Charlene Baker. Mary Crawford, Phillip Chatmon, Dea. Rufus, Judy Slater and Mary E. May, Tampa, Intercessory Prayer Line Ministry, Inc. Love you, too! Founders Week The Florida Theological Seminary & Bible College will observe their Annual Founders Week, February 9-12,2009. The theme was: "Learning from the Past, Serving the Present, and Preparing for the Future." The event was held at First Baptist Institutional Church 932 Martin Luther King Jr: Avenue, Lakeland, Rev. Alex Harper, President and Host Pastor. The Pastors/Ministers Conference featured the renown, Dr. T. L. Lewis Birmingham, AL. The Women's Conference featured the Rev. Brian Brown of St. Petersburg. Wednesday night participants were: Union St. James Baptist District Association Dr. Darien Bolden: Moderator; Gateway Baptist District Association, Rev. J. C. Green, Moderator; First Central Baptist District Association, Rev. Alvin Baker, Moderator; and Greater South Florida Baptist District Association, Dr. J. J. Pierce, Moderator. Thursday night participants were: Kissimmee Valley Baptist District Association Dr. Gary McNealy; Moderator; Missionary Baptist Fellowship Convention, Dr. J. L. Jones President; Gulf Coast Baptist District Association, Elder Thomas Reed, Moderatorand Mt. Pilgrim Baptist District Association, Dr. Carl F. Brooks, Moderator. Florida's Black History Mary McLeod Bethune, 1875-1955, Educator. The daughter of former slaves, Mary McLeod Bethune rose to become a noted Black educator and advisor to presidents from Coolidge to Truman. She was Pres. Franklin Roosevelt's Director of Black Affairs in the National Youth Administration and later was a consultant to the founding conference of the United Nations. She had launched a school for girls in Daytona in 1904 with $1.50 and sheer determination. "We burned logs and used the charred splinters as pencils and mashed elderberries for ink ... I haunted the city dump and the trash piles behind hotels retrieving discarded linen and kitchenware, cracked dishes broken chairs ... was scoured and mended she wrote. Gloria's Things & Other Things A cheerf\ll friend is like a sunny day. Anytime a man takes a stand, there will come a time when he'll be tested to see how firmly his feet are planted. Congratulations, Polk Community College Polk Community College (PCC) in Winter Haven Eileen Holden, President, on the road to offering its first four-year bachelor's degree program in January 2010. Recently, the Florida State Board of Education gave Polk Community College in Winter Haven, FL, approval to train students for a Bachelor of Applied Science in Supervision and Management with three specialized tracks. community of Winter Haven! Polk County Resident Reflects On Inauguration Day 2009 Rosa McKinzy-Cambridge of Fort l\1eade, Florida is still at awe about. the recent inauguration of President Barack Obama. She shared ........ WOW!! I am still on Cloud Nine! On Thursday, January 15th started for me on the train from Sebring Florida to Okeechobee' Florida. My cousins and their 83year-old mother/grandmother from Miami retrieved me from the train drop-off!! We traveled to Fernandina Beach and stayed overnight. At 5 a. m. on Friday, January 16th, a caravan of three vans left for the Capitol (Washington, DC). We arrived in Forestville on that evening: very excited. On the next day, we went to Union Station to witness the arrival of President Elect Barack Obama. The crowd was ovenlthelming and full with a gala atmosphere. On Tuesday, January 20th. Inauguration we arrived at Union Station at 4:30 a. m,. where we boarded the Metro. People were sleeping everywhere and could barely get anything without waiting in line. When we arrived at The Mall, people were already lined up. It was very cold. But people were happy, friendly and supportive. No one wanted to hear all the things in between the swearing in. We wanted to see our new. President and were very anxiOus to receive him and his family. After the Inauguration, some were crying, everyone was hugging. Our group got completely separated in the celebration. But with everyone's help and the Metro, we were able to reunite after several hours. I could only reflect on the past briefly because this moment validated all the promises all Americans of The United States of America deserve. America's diversity has never been so prevalent. I am still thawing out .... but I am thankful to have experienced this historical moment. GOD BLESSED AMERICA!" Hel"itage Recognition Banquet To Be Held The public is invited to Lakeland's Fitst. Annual Inaugural Blnek Heritnge Recognition Bunquct nn Saturdny, Februnry 21. The chosen theme of the evening is Black Tie. The speaker for this occasion will be Pastor H. B. Holmes, Sr., Pastor of Rhema Family Fellowship. For further infor mation call (813) 650-1632. 97th Birthday Celebration The family of Matriarch Bertha King-Johnson recently honored her in a quaint celebration of her 97 rears of life. On January 25, 2009, family members gathered at the Highlands Lake Center Conference Room in Lakeland, for this special occasion. The theme was "A Wonderful Mother and Grandmother Celebrating 97 Years of Life." Bertha King born on January 25, 1912 m Monticello, Florida. Her parents were the late ,Mary Turner, the late Mitchell Augustus and the late John Henry Turner. As young adult, she was joined m Holy Matrimony to Herman Johnson, Sr. To this union, two children Marion and Herman, Jr.: were born. In later years, Bertha King-Johnson relocated to Polk City, afterwhich her third child, Mary Catherine was born. Bertha was a homemaker, domestic worker and was employed by Barfield Packing Company until she retired. She was a faithful member of Bethel A.M.E. Church for many years. She currently is a member of Macedonia l\LB. Church in Polk City, Reverend Theorius Axson, Pastor. Ber.tha always enjoyed sewmg, gomg to church and sin'ging (in the choir and solo). She became well-known in her community for her beautiful voice. She is the mother of three; the grandmother of fifteen; the great-grandmother of twenty-nine; the great-greatgrandmother of twenty-eight and the great-great-greatgrandmother of one. The programme' opened with Prayer and Welcome/ Occasion by one of her granddaughters, yours truly. Life Memories and Reflections were shared by some of her grandsons and granddaughters, Michael Johnson, Mark Johnson, Karen Johnson, Sandra Johnson and Maurice Johnson. Via telephone, from Rochester, New York her youngest child, Mary: Catherine Gordon shared reflections and remarks As a Daughter. Michael Shaw rendered reflections and remarks as a grandson-in-law. Michael Shaw, II represented the great-grandchildren with brief remarks. Ruby a granddaughterm-law was also in attendance. Happy Birthday! Shaw-Nuf Talk extends wishes for a Happy Birthday to Lakeland Lady Lakeshia Gatlin, who will celebrate another natal day of today (Feb. 13th)! Belated Happy Birthday wishes are extended to Lakeland Ladies Rosa Gant and Denise Spann (Feb. 3rd), Lakeland Gentleman Irvin Gant (Feb. 5th), and Polk City Lady Maxine Smith (Feb. 6th). May the Lord bless each of you with many, many more birthdays! Shaw Nuf Shout Out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout-out goes out to Elder James Williams, III and Mother Lillie Williams of Tampa. After 40 years of Holy Matrimony, before fami-and friends, this very spe Cial couple will renew their vows on Valentine's Day, Saturday, February 14, 2009! What a romantic inspiration! Their in vita tion reads 'Loving you is oh so nice, rtf marry you not once, but twice.' Much Love to you, Elder and Mother Williams! Mav God continue to bless union! Valentine's Banquet To BeHeld Living Hope Ministries, Inc. will host its First Annual Valentine's Banquet on Saturday, February 14, 2009. The chosen theme of the evening is You Captured Ml' Beautiful Camp Gtlead m Polk City, will be the host-site. For further information call (863) 812-5064. Talk To Shaw-Nuf Shaw-Nuf Talk wants to hear from you. Share vour exciting news and/or photos of your celebrations, special events, birthdays, anniverweddings, family reumons, etc. with the readership of the Florida &ntind Bulletin and Slaau-Na[Tollt by sending an e-mail to: shawnuftalk@vahoo.rom or calling (863) 513-8437.

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.,.. > a: < ::::: a: m w u.. >=' w 0 w ::z:: 0 ::i m ::::: a. z i= w ..J ..J :l m .!I w z i= z w 0 c 0 iX 0 ..J u.. Young ladies sav Valentine's Downtown Club To Host Valentine Weekend Bash Is A oav For loved Ones This Sunday at Club Havana, 1701 North Franklin Street, a special night for the ladies will be held at downtown Tampa's newest nightspot. MS.KIANTI CAMPBELL Even though students may not have enough money to purchase gifts for Valentine's Day, they begin recognizing the day early in life. In most schools, the teachers ask parents to purchase cards for the children to exchange. As they get older, the youngsters exchange cards and candy with their friends. Three young ladies who are still in high school shared their opinion of Valentine's Day. These young ladies focused on how the dax should be observed rather than what gifts should be exchanged. Ms. Kianti Campbell MS. KAYLISSE SELLERS confined her answer to the romantic side of the holiday. And, while she didn't talk about the exchanging of gifts, she did have an opinion about how the day should be observed. She said, "It is a day of love and passion. This is a day for you and your sweetheart to spend quality time together." Ms. Campbell attends Tampa Bay Technical High School. Ms. Kaylisse Sellers said, "To me Valentine's Day is the day you spend with the people you LOVE. It doesn't matter if it's your Boo, your best friend, or a family mem-MS.TYzsA SUNDAY ber you are closest to." Ms. Sellers is a student Tampa Bay Technical High School. Ms. Tyzsa Sunday said, "I think Valentine's Day is that one day of the year where you take time to show someone that you thought about them and show them that you love them. "It is also a time where you can be creative and do nice things for someone." Ms. Sunday is a junior at Hillsborough High School. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail iholton@Osentinel.com Ladies will be admitted free until10:30 p.m. Doors will open at 9 p.m Antonio Miller, CEO of A Miller Entertainment and manager of Club Havana, wants to see a packed house for his opening night this Sunday. "I can't think of a better way to spoil your significant someone on Valentine's Dax than bringing them to Club Havana. I feature a growri and sexy atmosphere, and a very classy environment." This Sunday, Miller will pay a special tribute to the late Valerie Johnson, who worked at the Main Street Barbecue King for decades. "I also want to honor my wife, Gloria. Ms. Valerie was very special to me and always gave me a lot of love when I went to the restaurant. She's someone that left a lasting impression on me and I'll never forget her." Aside from hosting a Valentine's Day Special, Miller also is looking for all ANTONIO MILLER of the untapped talent in the area. "It took me four years to build my company after observing the failures of oth ers. I want real, classy entertainment and for Tampa to be represented with class: "My main goal is to put Tampa on the map. I have an assortmentof events planned for Club Havana." Miller invites everyone to let Club Havana be your des tination for Valentine's Day. He promises an evening that will be hard to forget. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at crews@flsentinel.com. I.IIM Inti IBIPBCI TIIB IIIII it IIIII CBUPIBS IBIBIIBRShiD: A Couple In Chicago possibility that our futures will go that way, even though I want to have kids and travel, spend time with family, and like spending time with friends. But we are going to be busy people doing lots of stuff. And it'll be interesting to see what life has to offer. In many ways, we are here for the ride,' just, sort of seeing what opportunities open themselves up. And the more you experiment the easier it is to do different things. If I had stayed in a law firm and.made partner, my life would be completely different. I wouldn't know the people J know, and I would be more risk-av:erse. Barack has helped me loosen up and feel comOn May 26, 1996, Mariana Cook visited Barack for:table with taking risks, not doing things the and Michelle Obama iri Hyde Parkas.part of a traditional way and sort of testing it out, because photography project on couples in Amenca. What ... that is how he grew up. I'm more traditional; he's follows is excerpted from her interviews with the one in the couple that, I thhik, is the less trathem. . ditional indivi dual. You can probably tell from MICHELLE OBAMA: There is a strong possibility that Barack will pursue a political career, although it's unclear. There is a little ten sion with that. I'm very wary of politics. I think he's 'too much of a good guy for the kind of bru-the photographs-he's just more out there, more tlamooyant . l'm more, like, "Well, let's wait and see. What did that look like? How much does it weigh?" the strand that is breaking out of the constraints of traditional families, travelling, separated, mobile. I think there was that strand in me of imagining what it would be like to have a stable, solid, secure family life. Michelle is a tremendously strong person, and has a very strong sense of herself and who she is and where she comes from. But I also think in her eyes you can see a trace most people don't know, bec_ause walking through the world she is tall, ful, confident woman. There is a part .of her that is vulnerable and young fright ened, and I think seeing both .'Qf thoSe thirigs is what attracted me to her. And then what sustains our relationship is I'm extremely hap.py with her,. and part of it has to do with the fact that she is at once completely familiar to me; S:o. myself and she knows me very well and I trust her completely, but at the same time she is also a oomplete mystery to me in some ways. And there are times \\'hen we are lying in bed and I look . tality, the skepticism. BARACK OBAMA: All my life, I have been stitching together a family, through stories or memories or friends or ideas. Michelle has had a very different background-very stable, twoparent family, mother at home, brother and dog, living in the same house all their lives. We repre-.. over and sort of have a start. Because I realize here is this other person who is separate and dif, ferent and bas different memories.and backgrounds and thoughts and feelings. It's that tension between familiarity and mystery that makes for something $0ng, bec8use, even a8 you build When you are involved in politics, your life is 0 an open book, and people can come in who don't necessarily have good intent . I'm pretty w and like to surround myself with people that I 9 trust and love. In politics you've got to open ,-::-.. yourself to a lot of different people. There is a sent two strands of family life in this country. the strand that is very stable and solid, and then a life of trust and comfort and mutual support, you retain some sense of surprise or wonder about the other person.

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llappy Valentine's Day JACKIE AND HER MAN DARYL You are and always will be the one for me. We belong together. llappy. VJenHne's Day TRACY AND RONNIE Happy Valentine's Day to a spe cial man in my life. There have been many trials and tribulations, but our love for one another has kept us together. I can only give thanks to God. March 2009 will be 16 years. Love always. ;., ... llahhy . ... .t' .t' .-1 \T. l H D ''' Vhlen tli r : .r. ne s ay ARNITAAND SYLVESTER JAMES Happy Valentine's Day, mommy and daddy. Nece and Man Man. llappy Valentine's Day MS. EMILY AND ALVIN Baby, this is one of the special days of the year, and I'm glad I'm with you on this day. So Happy Valentine's Day, Bae, I love you. Happy Birthday. llappy Valentine's Day MAN AND BRANDI Who would have ever thought wd would have made it this far? Happy upcoming birthday, Love Brandi. llappy Valentine's Day JETROANDERICA She holds my heart in her hands Happy Valentine's Day Erica Baldwin. Love always, your husband, Jeffrey Baldwin. CALVIN AND ASHLEY Happy Valentine's Day, baby. Another year and still wearing our titles well. "You see the truth, needr no proof" JAIYA llappy Valentine's Day MOM AND NIJAH I love you and always will! Your son, Nijah. Happy Valentine's Day, mom, (Ms. Yolanda Lee). MARKEL Happy Valentine's Day to our two Rug Rats (Jaiya and Markel). We love you. Love always, mommy and Rude-Boy. llappy ValenHne' s Day JOSTINA AND BOBBY All my love goes out to you this Valentines. I'm so glad to know will be many more to come. Love always, your #1 Lady. :::c c m m :::c c: )> :::c -< ..... 1\) 0 0 CD r-0 :::c c )> CJJ m z :::! z m r-1 m c: rrm :::! z "tt c: m r-Cii :::1: m c m < m :::c -< c: m CJJ c ?< )> z c :::c c ?<

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! > a: ::: a: m w u.. c a: u.. c a: u.. c z c en w ::: 1-w > w c w :::t: en :::i m ::: 0. z ti ...1 ...1 ::: m ...:. w z i= z w en 4( c a: 0 ...1 u.. I MR. AND MRS. JACKSON Isn't she lovely, isn't she beautiful. Happy Valentine's Day Mrs. Jackson I love you oh so much. : Mr. Jackson. SH.ll In Love ROBIN ANDJUNN. SharinQ another day together still standing strong. llappy ValenHne's Day ..... ;?I, .. ::.: . ROBERT I would like to wish my husband, Robert a Happy Valentine s Day. I know we can' t spend this day together this year But we will have many more to share. I love you, Bae, your wife, Charisse. WilhloveOn VJenHne's Day KEKE It's been 4 year s and we have a lifetim e l eft. Love, Maine. Yes, lie Pul ARtngOnll SHERRELL CARSWELL AND JOE JENKINS Every day is Val e ntin e's Day with you. So to the world I l ov e this man. Always and forever. Love, S h errell. Ilappy ValenHne's Day CHARISSE AND ROBERT We would like to wish Charisse and Robert a Happy Valentine's Day. We love y 'all ... Kira, Marc ia Marvin, Robert, and B. Ilappy ValenHne's Day SHAMICAAND KIVAUGliN Every r e lation s hip has its ups a nd downs and we have had our share, but throu gh it all, ou r lov e for one ano ther preva ils over ever ything. Bae, I Just want to let you know that llove you and always will. Happy Valentine's Day, Love Kil)aughn. it. MR. AND MRS. ULREGGIE You complete m e Sept ember 13, 2008 until...eternity will do.

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F .. SHERRELLANDJOE. I'm so happy you're in my life and I'm more proud to make you my wife. I love you Sherrell mind, body and .. souL .: . You are my real rrue love. Love, Joe. .i' llappy ValenHne' s Day JOELEE; . Happy "V" Day to the love of my life. I love you, POOH Keep swagiffn what I got your b'ack: Happy Valentine's Day! Love Keke. DEEANDVON He's home every night and is good to Rickayla, Love you, Baby. lt-llappy ValenHne' s Day MARISSA AND ALEX DOUGHTY Happy Valentine. lla}l}ly .. Day . . P,VDE.!BOY.::;; . \ .. tl"' -' Ba.by we've been some rough trying times and no matter what --we've ma. naged to always stay together. When I look in your eyes there are no words that-can express how I feel about you. But, today I want all of Tampa to know that I have 1 of Tampa's finest and you're all mine. I love you Rude-Boy and Happy Valentine's Day! Love, your wifey, Debbie. R. B.M. BIG MIKE Son you are still my No matter what remember keep your head up. You7l be home soon! Happy belated birthday 1/20. Love you much, mom "Faye." llappy ValenHne's Day ARNITA AND SYLVESTER Happy Valentine's Day Nette, it's been a long time coming. your husband, Slim Mon Amour : .j DALIAANDCHARLAH. .... To my beautiful wife and precious baby girl ... Happy Valentine's Day! Hugs and kisses. Je T'Aime, and Skeete II. To Someone Spedal Happy Valentine's Day! Love Yumrny. MICHAEL AND VERONICA Michael, Looking forward to ou1 11th Valentines. May our next 11 bring us even closer. Veroi1ica. ., 0 l> "T1 m ttl ::z:J c l> ::z:J -< ., r-0 ::u 6 > en m z :::! z m r-1 ttl c r r-!:!l z "'tl C ttl r-0 :::J: m 0 m < m ::z:J -< -f c rn 0 l> ' z ., 0 .. C) m <.11 I (")

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,.... > a: c( :l a: m w u.. > < 0 a: LL c a: LL c z c( 0 en w :l 1-ft w > w 0 w :::1: en ::::; m :l a. z i= w ..J ..J :l m I ..J w z i= z w en c( 0 a: 0 ..J u.. (.) .ch w CJ llaplJy ValenHne's Day THAYLIAANDJORICE Through good and bad happy and sad always and forever. Happy Valentine's Day. Jorice. IIappy ValenHne's Day MR. AND MRS. DAVIS God open the heaven's doors and sent me a blessing when He brought you in my life. So until the end, I'm all in Happy Valentine's Day. Your husband Bac AKA Boss. r;:::=:==::::;:;::=====:::;J JlalJpy ValenHne's Day ZARIYAH-NIJAH WITH DADDY This is why my heartbeats every day! My Special Valentines! Na' Zariyah Lee. Daddy loves you baby! IIappy ValenHne's Day KEVIN AND BRENDA We are so lucky to have found love in one another Love you always. JAMES AND NE NE My love, my Valentine, may God continue to bless this wonderful lov e we share. Truly missed! I lov e you, baby Jla.IJpy ValenHne's Day MRS. RODGERS I love you, too daddy and mama still holding it down. llappy ValenHne's Day MR. RODGERS To the lov e of my life I lov e you, Bae. KIARA AND JAMAR From your mom with much love IIappy ValenHne's's Day DAVID AND DIAMOND Happy Valentines, Mommie loves you lvansson Loves ta.ye I Love You . IVANSSON IV ANSSON AND FAYE From a place far deeper than the bottom of my heart ... a place so deep insid e that it must be the inner core of my being ... the place where my heart m eets my mind and rny soul, where you'd find the very essence of me --the spirit that makes me alive. This is the place you reach when you touch me, and from this p la ce, I respond to you like no other It's wh e re your voice travels and speaks l ove to my soul in a way that's only meant for me. A ll my lov e on Valentine's Day. Happy belated birthday, 1/19.

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:::c llappy V alenHne's Day ASHLEY Happy Valentine's Day: Mommy. Even though you are not our signifi cant other you are still the love of our lives. Love always, Shawn and Tralexia. Two llearls As One RICOANDFATBABY Happy Valentine's Day to my Fat Baby. We are two hearts that beat as one and we're still stcmding strong. I love you today, tomorrow, and forever. Love, Rico. r:=::=====::;;:::=====:;-1 I True Love ANGELA AND WANDA No matter what the people say I'm going to love you anyway! Y+ou ard my life and I won't let go. I love you Angie, Love Wanda. llappy VJenHne's Day RICO, FAT BABY, AND G.B. I would tike to wish the number one man of my life and my homeboy G. B. a Happy Val e ntin e's Day. Love, Fat Baby. CECELIA AND JOE JOE Wow! The power of being in love. God loved me enough to pla ce you in my heart. Joe you are to me what light is to day. Necessary! I love you today, yesterday, and forever more. March 2009 I'll be your wife. Love always, your fiancee Cecelia. lla})})y ValenHne' s Day MR. AND MRS. AUSTIN Sar, Through ups and downs the first year is always the hardest, but we made it. Our love will always b e the same today, tomorrow and forever. Happy Valentine's Day, love, Amp. c m OJ :::c c: )> :::c -< ., r 0 :::c 6 )> fJ) m z :::! z m r;OJ c: r r m :::! z "0 c: OJ c fJ) ::::c m c m < m :::c -< -t c: m fJ) c )> z c ., :::c 6 G') m ...... I 0

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TAY-TAY AND WEEZIE TAY-TAY I would like to take this time to wish my soon-to-be husband Dwayne (Weezie) a Happy Valentine's Day I love you with all my heart. And I also would like to thank you for never l ead ing me wrong I got your back a 1000%. Baby I love you. Your soon-to-be wife, Tay-Tay. True Love MS.BLAQUE ANDBIGJOE I asked God for a flower, He gave me a bouquet. I asked God for a minute, He gave me a day. I asked God for true love, He gave me that, too. I asked God for an Angel, and He gave me you. Happy Valentine's Day, Baby! ELROY AND ULBRO,DREAM BIG JOE AND MS.BLAQUE Sending shout outs to my daughte1, Elroynaja and h e r 2 big brothers, Elroy, Jr., and Jordan. Happy Day. Daddy lov es you. To a very specjal person, you know who you are. Happy Valentine's Day Baby Girl. MS. DANIELLE AND KEEM We still represent because we're representers! llappy ValenHne's Day MR. AND MRS. AUSTIN Happy Valentine s Day to my friend, my man, and my husband. Love, the First Lady Mrs. Austin MARK AND DOGGY """'f To the lov e of my lifefl'Om non e othe r than your childr e n and wife I lov e you, Bae ., :0 c ., m llJ :xJ c: )> :xJ -< ., r-0 :::D 6 )> fn m z :::! z m r-I llJ c: rr-m :::! z ., c: llJ r-CJ) :I: m c m < m :xJ -< -f c: m fn c )> z c ., :0 c C) m U) I 0

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I ( Money ValenHne BRITI'INI AND CEDRIC I know that through this trial, I'll find my greatest happiness in sharing life with you. No matter how far you go, no matter how long you stay, no one or nothing at all can change my love for you ,forever yours I will stay! LOVE NUT AND TOP MODEL }usl Living Life PEACE You are my reason for being, you're loving, caring and understanding. Every day is Valentine's Day in your heart. I love you, Nutty Butty. BRIITINI AND CEDRIC HAPPINESS "The Definition of Love" Caddy Daddy's Valentine. llla}>}>y ValenHne's Day I B. G. Happy Valentine's Day, from your loving friend. "T1 :0 0 "T1 l-lappy ValenHne' s HJ :0 Day, llae :0 < FLY Because Fly, you're a special part of me makes my love for you even stronger. We miss you and love you. Keep your head up and stay strong. Your wifey and kids. ERIC ANI) NADINE No man, woman, nor child formed against us shall prosper! Enough said. Happy Valentine's Day, Baby! I love you, your loving wife, J.[adine. "T1 r-0 :0 c > en m z ::! z m r;m c r r-!!J z "'tJ c m r-c;; % m 0 m < m :0 < -1 c m C/) 0 )> z 0 "T1 :0 0 C) m ..... ..... I 0

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I llappy VJenH.ne's Day POCA THEO I'm not always there when you call; but I'm always on time. Happy Valentine's Day, .Poca. llappy RirlhJay Wishes Go To : .... .J THE CilATUM BOYS cindFranro, Jr.,./rom the Ora(Um F.a;,Uly: EDDIE DuRANT AND. TEREsA DURANT ., .. : .... .. Teresa, I thank GOdfor to sing in the Super Bowl XUII this year, 2009. . YoullaJMe Alllello! TIM AND TAMMY Happy Valentines Bae MR. AND MRS. CHATIJM Happy Valentin e's Day to the love of my life my husband, Chris Chatum from Chris' wifey; Monique Chatum. Ies official he is h e re to stay. MS. COCOA To my everything,from Cottney. .. TOSHIDA AND SMOOGA "TT r-0 l:J c )> C/) m z :::! z m r-1 aJ c:: r rm :::! z "'D c:: aJ r-u; ::1: m c m < m -f c: m C/) c .)> z c J a I lov e my Moogi e and I know h e love s m e! Sometime s h e .gets detoured by the which don't tak e away the fact our love is meant to b e! We love ourfans and Lady Smooga Wannabes. But no one """ rocks the title as well as m e 0

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REWSO AND APRIL I wish my husband a Happy VDay and many more, love your wife, April. WANDA AND TONY Happy Valentine's Day to Wanda and Tony, love always, from chil dren and grandchildren. llappy ValenHne's Day NIQUE AND VERO True love doesn't lie." ASHLEY AND KAREEM Happy Valentine's Day; Bae! Love, your wife. llappy ValenHne' s Day MR. AND MRS. JEROME (JOHNNIE) SCOTT To Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Scott and Johnnie Scott on Happy Valen tine s Day on February 14, 2009. From family and .friends. We all love you. Happy Valentine's Day. Togelher torever TONY AND ERICA To Tony Vereen AKA Ty We never could have made it without the "Grace of God." I love you, boo, and wanted to let this day be my way to say I love you very much. Love, Erica, AKA Wifie." C-LOANDDAVID Happy Valentin e's Da y C Lo and David W e wante d to l e t you guys know you're out of sight, but we k eep you in minds W e miss you and ca n t wait to see you soon. F rom your lov e d ones. "T1 0 "T1 m ID ::a c: )> ::D < ..... I\) 0 0 (Q "T1 r 0 0 )> en m z ::::! z m r I OJ c:: r r m ::::! z ., c:: ID r u; :::z:: m 0 m < m ::D < -t c: m en 0 ?'< )> z 0 "T1 :a 0 ?'< ..... U1 I 0

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T-DIRTY AND VAN We've been through a lot, but yet we haven't given up on each other I love you and I wish you a Happy Valentine's Day. From your other half, "Wifey." DAVID AND LAMEKA VAN AND T-DIRTY ''You Complete Me" . DAVID, DAVID, JR., ANDMYA Wishing you a Happy Valentine's Day. ValenHne's Day Memoriam SYLVIA JACKSON 1/23/59 --1.0-28/03 BERTHA JACKSON 7/24/35 --3/22/07 Roses are red, violets are blue, God knows I miss both of you. Love, your husband, Michael Jackson and son. GoJ Is Too Wise To Make A Mislake ELLEN J. DUHART Alpha: Aug. 12, 1931 VERNICE WILLIAMS Alpha: Jan. 4,1955 Happy Valentines goes out to our deceased, our mother and sister, Ellen J. Duhart, Alpha, Aug. 12, 1931, Omega, Feb. 20, 2008, and Vernice Williams, Alpha, Jan. 4, 1955, Omega, Nov. 6, 2006. llappy VJenHne's Goes Oul To Our DaJ AnJ GranJJaJ ROGER E. TOLIVER Alpha: Aug. 9, 1963 Words cannot explain how much we love and miss you, Booshea, Ronisha, Manning, Ronnia, Alvin, Tiffany, Ethan, Alvin, III, Ernestine and many more Smiling Down lleaven THELATEARDRANA. BALL LANE The sun still "shines" in our lives as long as we have your warm, sweet memories in our hearts. Loving you always, loving husband, Lane; loving daughte r Jacqueline Ball, and grandchildl' err. "" :!! c 'TI m aJ :a c: )> :a < ...... Co) I\) 0 0 CD 'TI 0 :a 6 )> en m z ::::t z m r;a:J c: m -1 z c: m iii % m c m < m -1 c: m en c )> z c 'TI :!! c

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c 0 0 N C") -..: ssifie ID w u... iC c u.. ., I.Holiic:e-of Ptlbiic Hearing I A pMc heaing will be helld by the land Use lleaaiug Oftiter, 1 I pursuant to l:filsboruugtl County lard Development Code. I begiiMIIing ai9:GD a.JIL, Fellnmy 71. at the Board Room. 2nd loor of the Colfty Cenler. f301I E Kennedy IBIIItd., Tampa,. to hear lhe fuilo.wiill!llle!Jes#'s QJpies cf lhe CIAII icalliialms, amd !ega I desui)Dlias are avaiJtalble b puilllc iirn a I maintained by the Plan111ing al!ld Grcwlh lralanagement Department and !!he CHeB: of ltltne Beaird of CoWJnty Commissionei!'S_ IIJIII ii1mltet!es!!elll '1111iislhliillllgl1!o sWiiblm(it ' lle:s1ii11011J or cd1er ewiilieil'llte iil1l !lhiis mali1Eir 1I1IIWISt Sllllbmil same 1!o I the fiealillg filaslelr al l1e pUbic IIDealriiJg befi:lre hJmitrer_ The I decision ollhe Land Use H llealillg 05cer" will be fled .... lhe I Clerk Wti11!iill!eem (115) Wl'llllliimg days al!!!er 1lflne calf fhe pdlfic heamg. ANY PERSOINI WHO YftGHT MSH TO APPEAL ANY [ DECISION OR RECOUUENDATIONI MADE BY THIE II..AJNIO USE HEARING OFFICER OR THE GOVERNYNG BODY 11. REGARDING ANY IIATIER CONSIDERED AT THE C FORTHCOtaiWG PU8UC !rEARING OR ltlliEEJWG IS HEREBY z ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OIF lrHIE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PUIR.POSIE. THEY MAY CC NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBAlW RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE I W TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON N-III!CH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED_ ., > AdditiCJIIal inirfolhrm ... """lalliolfioo-'"II ihese teqlleSfs may be ffi obtained by 1he Oepaibaa'll of Plalliiwg and Growth > llalagellll!l. al (813) 216-2058.. W YARIAIICE REQUESTS fa Petition YAR 01-0&33 TNC. Rocky Creek Retirement %: Plopeiilies,. Inc.. aequeslilg Sign Vaiana:s far poperly I!Jc::ad ., 8400 w_ Willeas JWe... PD-m Petition YAR 09-8206-RY. Woodrow A. & Dolores J_ Wadsworll. requesting a Vaiances to settwD. location and Z saeeuil1g for lempoiCliY hadslrip and fence heV1I in i=w front yard for property located ffl13 Simmolas Loop, :mnec1 AS-1. ..J Petition VAR 09-0218-VR. Brandon Cumberland Presbylelian ..J ctudJ, requesting a Variance to lhe fencelbuffer requiaemenls :::l for property localed 826 Miler Rd.. zoned ASC-1_ m Petition VAR 09-0222-ABP Mary 8elh Sulerluss, requesliitg a Sign Variance for property located 6520 Richies Way, w z zoned PD-MU_ i= Petition VAR Q9.0258.11C.NT, 8ashar requesliilg a ffi Variance to lhe rear selbacll: for popoa:d addiliim for property en located 9448 L.arldu1lillg Dr-. zoned PD-MtJ_ \\ .C Petition VAR 09-0269-LU, St. Joseph"s Heallh Care Cenb!r. C Inc., requesting a Vaiauce for property IIDcaled 42111 Van O Dyke Rd, zoned PD-MU. ...t Petition VAR 09-0270-LU, St. Joseph"s Healllh Care Center, 1&. Inc., requesting a Sign Variance for properly loccEd NIS ol Van Dyke Rd 950' EIO BIINl, zoned fJD..W_ Petition VAR 09-0711-NWH, AIIOnso Gutierrez. requesting a Variance to rear selbat:t for ao z twy dral .. 19 for propedy located _9222 w. Robson St. zoned RSC-6_ Petition VAR D9-0Z74-PR. Jose Lopez-Hidalgo & Mayra DePina, requesting a Vaiallte ID ..,_ one COIIMiiticial vellicle parking on a legaii10IH:IDIIfanaW lol for popeiily localed 2509 Dr., zoned ASC-1". Petlaon VAR 014275-SS, 111 aa BJ Pabn UP. reques1ing a Valiaucas to l8qUiled lidaausl s and ligllliiig b" edzlilwg RV park for property localed 2206 a.wey Dr-. zoned PO-H. Petition VAR 01-0271-BR, Cindy Vaughan. requesting a Variances to allow 10 ft electric security fencing on non-residential for property located 517 S. Falkenburg Rd, zonedCl.. Patlaon VAR II-OZ77-VR. John Klleblew & Amie Davidson requesting a Variance to 1he lol widlt requiaemenls ..t to -. a flag lot tn urban service area for proposed subdivision for property located 3214 Pearson Rd., zoned ASC-1_ Petition VAR 08-0280-EGL, Anh-l.uan & Kha-luan Danh, rtqutatlng 1 Variance to the front setback requiaements for property loCittd 7020 N. Hlrnea Ave., zoned RSC-9. Petition VA,_ OI.OZI1GL, Anh-Luen Danh & Kha-luan Danh, rtqu11tlng 1 Vlrlanct to the front aetback Ntqulrementa for proporty IOCIItld 7018 N. Hlm11 A'll., zoned 'ttltlon VAR OtOIIILU, Hlllaborough County Parka I Cmwofltfon Dopt., rtRutttlng 1 Variance to the Lufl IWfll Dtw81optfl@ffl UJfldiifdl to lllow PVC ftnee maten.t for ptop8fty loti 101 bYti bilk@ FC!fn 1onod ASC-4. LEGAL NOTrnCIE I TAM IPA R.tqiul!!ltfor Pwopoab I 1! BAY,. 1. P I ROPOSA.l.S -TAI'IIPA IBAY WATER ..Jfo,,! I WAIER Regjiooai \\'iaftelr &!pp!lJ 'lliii! 1 """""""", .......... ,..,._.. seaiecll PROPOSALS addres$ed to : I SENlOR COHSTRIIJCllOH IW\.NJ\GER a! file ofia!s Gf I 1BA.Y WATER. 2575 Enterprise Road. Clean!rater. Oi2. f:OO p.mn..,.loca11 time., an MiaJrcb 200'3. AlB .I?e c:hemiical feed pmnps and piling,, and oilier VlRK as desc!iiire:! llie CONTRACT IJOCUMIENTS.. -Bid DocuRients -Complete sets of BID DOC re avaiilablefor review or purchase beginning Monda1 y Februall!}' 23. 2009 at the office of TAMPA BAY W TIER 8lad & Veallch 4&9ll w_ IICeliiTerly et'li!L ile 950. T armpa, FraDda 336119. A payment of Filly cfloaillrs NuJcalb l$5DJIO) in dueclk paiJalile ao Blladt & u u be requiired 11o p11Jrdltase each complete set of lti!De OODl..JnilB.ffS These payments wep 111 repududiion. liraiildlrfl9 IJCdirJE' msts iinl are non-reb1dallle. BID SECURITY BID SECURITY iirl Ulhre CllllllDUII Gf penoenQ ( 5 '%) of the PROPOSED TOTAL CONTRACT IPRDCE ml!lls laoCOIJIPdll'i each PROPOSAL. in a:uJidaiiCe ... lhe 11115tl!llJ.ldj Pre-Bid eo.llferra .. ce -A pre-lid A prre-llid WIUBb11te I be al T....,a Bay Walief"s Cleek A..., S&alilon lOti Blilli119 Magnolia Conference Room. 8865 Pump Staliion Road. llaoo O'Lalkes florida on Thursday. llarch 5, 2009 at 10:00 a.mtten anc.e at the pre-biid conference is mandalory and aft prospective BIDDERS are required to attend lhe conference_ BAY WATER may issue ADDENDA as necessary o n lo qlleSiiions arfiSing at lhe COl Ilfeld liCe- REMEDY Fail..-e to tie a IKUkst wilhin time tMesclilled in Section 120.57(3). Florida Slari*'s, shall .... constitule a waiver of proc:eedirgs ...-Chilplier 1211, Anrid:l Statutes.. This ind11des. 1M is nat linlilred tD, any olljeclioriwiD pro1est Of 1he fonn and con1an1: of the 810 DOCUIENTS anclbl actions ofTAIFA BAY WATER. 10. PUBLIC ENTITY CRI.ES STATE.ENT-Pursuant t ubsections 287_133(2) and (3). Florida Slatules. a person lafilialle who has been placed on the COih'itted vendor 1st laloing for a public en11J ane may ld submit a bid. IMupusal reply on a coeibaciiD prcNide a1J goods seiVices ID a may not submit a bid. IIIQPOSIIl, 111111J on a CGIa:t _. enlily for 1he conslnldion nJplir of a pulllic Wllllll; may not submit bids. IM'IPC I replies on ...._ praperty to a pubic enlil,r; mar nul be nded or ........ a COIIIudar .......-. subcalllbadal. ....lcor* .mlidl!Jidii>..WIII tDe aer:eiiRGII b Flicdl2 amt1 giUI!dlir:l!f att tfte:! spmfflldl 11ineftm: RFBEI&-WIPI!.MIID IESICMAllllDIII AlrliiiiiE RES I Cl&iA'IIIDIIII Jlll!IDlliBCIT CJIIEIIIS -llbldi111\,BDI @ 231 P.lllll .llVMII!ll.lltlDRM' FEI!IAiiJIIIR\Y lllliHI -.II!AII.EY IIIIMIS-; lOI:AliEIDid U.1IEIARil 1ERRA CIEID.,IRI31121111. lllilllllllls alllilwllillllllllecartbillhqJ ..... &QiswJYt.mmaw lllilsadrniltiiiiDii. 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HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID Sealed Bids will be received by the Authority in the second floor reception area of the Service Building, just north of the Landside Terminal, red side, at Tampa International Airport, for the below-listed contract, until 2:00 p.m., March 20, 2009. Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud in the Lobby Conference Room B located on the second floor of the Service Building for: MAINTENANCE CONTRACT FOR GENERAL AVIATION NAVIGATiONAL AIDS PETER 0. KNIGHT, PLANT CITY AND TAMPA EXECUTIVE AIRPORTS A mandatory pre-bid conference will be held in Lobby Conference Room B of the Service Building on Wednesday, February 18, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. For information regarding the bidding of this contract, please access the Authority's website at www.TampaAirport.com Airport Business, Notice of Solicitations; or you may contact Mr Tim Shoby at-{813) 870-8730. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! C all 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLADYG E O R G I A @Y A H OO.C O M Private Pre-School & Kindergarten In The West Tampa/North Hyde Park Area Seeks Part-Time Teacher/Director Must Have Director's Credential. Call 251-3592 For More Information HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities BUDGET ANALYST II $43,097 COMMV N L T)' $40,763 P AAATRANS I T MINIBUS OPERATOR (LIMITED DURATION) $22,131 S ENIOR CREW LEADER $31, 5 1 2 See our web site a t http ://w ww h ccsb.org or v isi t our office 'at: 601 E. Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor Tampa, FL. Preference in initial apt. w i ll be given to vets & eligibl e spouses of vets. AAIEEO Employer __ Immediate Openings For Cleaning And Floor Technicians In Downtown Buildings Must Have Clean Criminal Background Call (813) 267-5343 Between 6 A.M. & 8 A.M. ONLY!! You Will Received An Immediate Response Only If You Call Between The Stated Hours NEW WAGE SCALE CNA'S Starting Pay 7-3 $10.00 $11.00 3-11 $11.00 : $12.00 Great Benefits, 401 k Pleasant, Courteous Work Environment L TC Experience Required Apply In Health Care Center 1818 E. Fletcher -Wholesale Propertlee To The Public Great "Fixer Upper' Ot1l1 www.rehabbtrtuperttort.aom Kenny Ruthlng 813.(175. 1040 SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINe L BULLITIN ADVIiHf lli(;H Notice Of Intention 6 Bedroom Down Payment To Register Bank Foreclosure! Assistance A vallable Fictitious Trade Name $55,500! Only $445/Monthly! 2 Bedroom/2% Bath NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Water Front Condo that the undersigned intends 5% Down to register with the Secretary 15 Years At 8% APR Garage Available, WDH of State in Tallahassee, Boat Slip, Pool, Tennis Florida, Chapter 90-267, For Listings And Playground Laws of Florida, pursuant Call 800-366-9783 $79,900 to Section 865.09, Florida Ext. H489 Statute 1953, the trade name (813) 968-1168 Ransome Auto Inc. engaged Military Veterans in the business of Selling No Down Payment Plant High Cars At 3012 North 22nd Street, Suite A, Tampa, Special FHA Programs School District Florida 33605. South Tampa Own A Two, Three, Four Dated This Bedroom Home Rent To Own/Lease Option 11th day of February 2009. Many Areas Totally Remodeled Prices & Sizes 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Sole Owner(s) Free Pre-Qualifying Garage Ransome Peterman Good Credit, Bad Credit Walter Brewer No Credit Midland Realty (813) 766-2033 (813) 731-1653 2116 W F arwell Drive Only $ 1 095.00 Mo. 151 0 Margaret Street Only $930.00 Mo. 1081 4 Alafia Street .Only $949.00 Mo. 1 0911 Lantana Drive Only Mo. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULL-ETIN ACCEPTS VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPREss AND DEBIT CARD P AYMENT VIA PHONE r-0 ;!! c ,. en m z ::! z m r-1 m c: r rm -4 z ""D c: m r-u; ::r:: m c m < m -4 c: m en c ?( ,. z c ;!! c ?(

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0 N c ii ..... c z c c tn w :::: .... w > w c w :I: en ::::; m :::::1 ll.. z t= w ...J ...J :::::1 m ...J w z t= z w en c( c 0:: 0 ...J LL 0 I 0 N w (!) Rent To Own Lease Option Seminole. Heights Totally Remodeled 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Good Credit Bad Credit No Credit (813) 731-1653 USF Area Section 8 Special Spacious Townhouse 2 Bedrooms/1% Baths CHA, Utility/Laundry Room Private Patio Rent $750 .00 (813) 968-1168 2/1 Great location NCAnd Heat All Appliances Washer Hook-up & More $595 00/Monthly Drive By 3503 East 11th Avenue More Information At Location Sulphur Spring Area 2 Bedroorn/1% Bath Townhouse For lease Gated Community A low $720 00 Section 8 Welcomed Security Deposit $300 00 $25.00 Application Fee Call (813) 740-0384 USF Area Spacious, Remodeled 2 Bedroom Townhome NC, Carpet, Tile WID Hookup Fenced, Patio Water Included $775 .00. Section 8 Welcome Call 813-220-363 3 NEW HOMES!!! Move-In Ready!! 1310 N. Grace St.* 10417 N. Annette St. 6218 38th Street Many Other Locations Available! We Have Many Programs To Help You Get Into Your Dream Home!! Visit Our At: N : 3705 Hillcrest C1rcle ...-are1u Szl tG; CALL NOW!!! G'o'R1PT81RfA,\\O (813)218-3729 Homes For Rent 2/1 3/2 -4/2 Also Clean Rooms For Rent Section 8 OK Call (813) 690-3320 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Apartment 4 Bedroom/ 2 Bath Home Washer/Dryer Hook-up Central Heat And Air Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 849-3265 2, 3, 4 Bedroom Homes And Apartments New Paint, CHA, Washer/Dryer Hook-up Fenced, No Pets Section 8 OK (813)949-3482 House For Rent Ready Now 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths Section 8 Only 1213 12th Avenue Call (813) 621-7493 4 Bedroom/1 Bath Home Located In Tampa Heights With River Front View Fenced Yard Washer/Dryer Hook-Up Call (813) 748-2945 3007 44th Street 5 Bedrooms/1% Bath Central Heat/Air Washer/Dryer Hook-up Tile Floors Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 241-2341 Ybor City 3 Bedrooms/1 Bathroom Corner lot & Fenced Yard Security Deposit $500 00 Section 8 Is Ok Please Call Joanne Walker (813)259-4663 Ext 118 www.myflnanclalconnectlons.com Own For Less Than Rent $500 .00 Down We Pay Closing Cost.And Down Payment f'.ssistance Easy Qualify _.Call Now Many Homes To Choose From (813) 802-6885 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMEN T RATE VVQRDS AND SO FOR EACH ADDITI'ONAL WORD OVER 20 Section 8 Preferred 6204 50th Street 3/2 Country Home Big Bedrooms like New Condition Big Fenced Backyard $1, 300 00/Monthly $800. 00/Deposit Pets Accepted THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD PUBLICATION DEADLINES Tuesday Edition .. .. .. Friday @ 3:00 P.M. Friday Edition ......... Tuesday@ 3:00 P.M. Email Your Ad To: ledwards@flsentinel.com Or Fax 24/7 To (813) 248-9218 (813} 917 6035 1616 East ldell Street 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath $650 00/Monthly $300 00/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 335-0076 (813) 885-5226 3009 Star Street 4/1 Newly Renovated $950 00iMonthly Busch Gardens Area 3/1 -Available March Section 8 Welcome 813-994-6627 Clair Mel Area 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath New Carpet, Carport WID Utility Room $850.00/Monthly $850 00/Deposit Call (813) 623-9988 $302/Monthly! 4 Bedroom/3 Bath Foreclosures! 5% Down 15 Years @ 8% APR For Listings Call 800-366-9783 Ext R592 Available Now!!! 3/1 CHA, WDH Security System Ceiling Fans Throughout With Additional Storage $875.00/.Monthly $875.00/Deposit (813) 210-4339 West Tampa : Cute Bedroom/1 Bath Remodeled Home CHA, Tile Floors Inside laundry Fenced Yard $795. 00/Monthly Section 8 Welcomed Phone (813) 610-8256 3905 E. Powhattan 5 Bedrooms/2 Baths Call Tyrone 1-800-890-7639 (718) 781-6934 Section 8 Preferred Palm River Area 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Home Garage, CHA Washer/Dryer Ho mock (813) 388.!80'45 1013-Eskimo A!ntoue Bedroom/2 > Bath ;; (813) 386-8075 2908 17th Street 3 Bedroom/2 Bath-Block (813) 386-8044 .---8-6_1_9_F-Is-h-la_k_e_R_o_a_d......., ._ .... : : 8307 N. Klondyke Street-3 -Bedroom/2 Bath Block 4 Bath CHA, WoH Fenced Back Yard Wl90rt)e $1 $1 500 00/Deposit AvailableJonda Solomon (813} 239-0600 Or (727) 320 7310 (813) 38(?-8075 2307 N. 54th Street 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Block (813) 386-8072 For Application Call 8 .13932-7944

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Sulphur Springs Area 8401 North Mulberry 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Home Central Heat/Air And Blinds $850. GO/Monthly Call (813) 610-4518 5909 81st Drive Progress Village 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Large Yard Near School/Shopping $975.09/Monthly Deposit Negotiable (813) 231-2974 2/1 Great Location AIC And Heat All Appliances Washer Hook-up & More $595 00/Monthly Drive By 3503 East 11th Avenue More Information At Location Riverview Home $1 ,400.00/Monthly Includes Basic Cable 2 Story 3 Bedrooms/2% Bath 2 Car Garage Wood Floors Throughout Section 8 OK Pam (813) 784-0926 3310 East North Bay 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath NC Units Spacious Yard Section 8 Welcome $700.00/Rent ;$!00; QO/Oeposit .' Alelilable Udftdi Solomon (113) 239-0600 Or (727) 320-7310 8422 N. Semmes Street 2/1 -Home Recently Renovated, CHA $750.00/Month l y $400 00/Deposit No Section 8 Call Korwin 813 267 6553 Sulphur Springs Area 3 Bedrooms/2 Bath CH A, Fenced Yard W/D Hook-up $1,1 00.00/Monthly $1,000. GO/Deposit Section 8 Accepted (813) 900-6926 2604 East 19th Avenue 2 Bedrooms/2 Baths Wall-To-Wall Carpet Central Heat & Air Washer/Dryer Hook-up Fenced Yard $750.00/Monthly $500 00/Deposit (813) 777-6919 1410 27th Avenue 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths Newly Renovated Ceramic Tile, CHA Ceiling Fans Washer/Dryer Included Large Yard $775 00/Monthly (813) 505-1860 Must Seel!l 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath $800. 00/Monthly $600. 00/Deposit Includes Garbage Disposal Washer & Dryer Wood Floors Large Yard No Pet$ (813) 610-4319 Sell your stuff. 813-248-1921 The Florida Sentinel Bulletin Section 8 Housing 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath CHA, New Kitchen New Bath, Very Clean Fenced Yard Call (813) 382-6470 Or (813) 505-7724 2 Homes For Rent Both 4 Bedroorris/2 Baths Newly Redone Section 8 Welcome $1000.00 Per Month First In Property Management 813.943.3300 3414 East 9th Avenue Available Immediately 4 Bedrooms/2 Bath CHA, WDH $1,200 00/Monthly Deposit Negotiable Call (813) 770-2003 Or (813) 713-4055 3 Bedroom/2 Bath $11 000! 5 Bedroom/3 Bath $35,500! More Homes Available For Listings Call 800-366-9783 Ext 5649 1r1: m d a" t' ;JiM a:; al Tampa Area Furnished Share Apartment With Cable, Internet, Microwave, Washer & Dryer E l ectricity, Phone $150 00/Weekly $600. 00/Monthly $100. 00/0eposit Me. Florence (813) 732-0990 Section 8 Tennts 0 Security Depoalt 3 Bedroom/1 Bath CHA, WDH Near Everything Call (917) 796 -7 400 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Very clean $ 750. 00/Monthly $180.00/Weekly All Utilities In c lud e d Call (813) 690 2833 Cinnamon Cove Apartments 12401 N. 15th Street Starting At $375.00 On-Site Laundry And Convenient To Everything Call (813) 971-5254 "A Great Place To Call Home And Run Your Business" Tampa Park Apartments Is Conveniently Located In Ybor City, A Short Walk To The n :owntowri Centraf Business District And A Trolley Ride From The Excitement Of Channel Side With Its Colorful Entertainment And Dining Options. Tampa Park Plaza Has Available Large Commercial Space To Accommodate Most Business Types. Looking To Locate Or Re-Locate Your Business, Give Us A Call We May Have The Space You Need Are You Interested? For Application lnfonnation Please Contact Tampa Park Apartment, Inc. 1417 Tampa Park Plaza Tampa Florida 33605 Telephone (813) 229-1845 Florida Telecommunications Relay Inc. TTY 1-800-955-8771 Voice 1-800-955-8770 Spanish 1-877-955-8773 402 West Amelia Avenue Very Clean 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Burglar Bars, A/C Carpet, Tile $550 GO/Monthly $50 GO/Deposit Call (813) 391-7046 Floribraska & Nebraska (Off 1-4) 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath WDH, CHA $650.00/Monthly + Security Deposit Contact Bobby (813) 453-5823 University Area Loft Apartment Gated, Pool Laundry Facility & More Mention This Ad For Move-In Special $460.00/Monthly +Deposit (813) 318-1523 New Port Richey Southgate Senior Apartments, 62 + 1 Bedroom/$435 .00 Min imum Income Required $1,500.00 Adjacent To Southgate Shopping Center (727) 847-1110 ::!:! c }< m llJ ;;o c: )> ... N 0 0 en m z ::j z m r-1 llJ c: r rm ::j z "'C c: llJ r-u; ::J: m c m < m -t c: m en c EHO Start the New Year Off Right Belmont Heights Estates Is Now Accepting Applications For Our Spacious Affordable 1, 2, 3, and 4 Bedrooms Units 3540 N 20th, Tampa, FL 33605 Office: 813-242-6800 Fax: 813.;242-0570 E-mail: bhelghts@tampabay.rr.com GET NOTICED Place Your Ad In The Business Directory For More Information Contact LaVora @ (813) 248-1921 )> z 0 ::0 8 Ci) m N ... 0

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